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Friday, November 19, 2004
The American company, General Electric, will open a thermal power plant next year in Piatra Neamt.
The plant will supply power to the Darmanesti neighborhood - with the possibility to later extend the project to the entire town.
The project was analyzed on Wednesday by the Piatra Neamt mayor Gheorghe Stefan, General Electric's general manager for southeastern Europe, Dan Ionescu, and by the state secretary with the Ministry of Economy and Commerce, Iulian Iancu.
Iancu said that the thermal power produced by the Darmanesti plant will be supplied to consumers at prices two times lower than the cost of apartment heating systems.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 11/19/2004 03:21:00 pm
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