Letters to companies shortlisted to bid for the Plomin coal power plant
Advocacy letter | 8 November 2012
Four companies have been shortlisted and invited to submit binding bids for the construction of unit C at the Plomin coal power plant in Croatia. Croatian Bankwatch member group Zelena Akcija/Green Action sent letters to all four companies with information on the legal and economic challenges of the project and the local opposition against it.
Download copies of the letters to:
- Korea South East Power Co. Ltd (pdf)
- POL-MOT Holding S.A. (pdf)
- Marubeni Corporation (pdf)
- Edison S.p.A (pdf, Italian language)
The letters were accompanied by a calculations by local expert prof.dr.sc Enco Tireli (pdf) showing that a new 500 MW coal powered unit at Plomin would be uneconomical. Prof. Tireli worked at the Croatian state electricity company HEP for more than 15 years and was construction manager for Plomin 2.