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Lipany seeking investors to use geo-thermal bore to potential

The town of Lipany owns a geo-thermal bore L-1, apt for arious uses – building travel facilities , energetic, agricultural , and fish-breeding purposes, use of carbondioxide.

The town of Lipany owns a geo-thermal bore L-1, apt for arious uses – building travel facilities , energetic, agricultural , and fish-breeding purposes, use of carbondioxide.

The town is interested in choosing a partner – investor, who will be able to make plans, build and operate construction subjects and their technological equipment at his own costs, so that the potential of the bore is used most effectively. The use of the bore is in compliance with the approved master plan and the Town of Lipany has adjacent plots at its disposal. The richness of the bore is at least 10litres a second, the water temperature at the issue being 80C. The chemical type of water is mixed, Na-HCO3-Cl-SO4 with the total mineralization of 9.5 grams per litre. Detailed characteristics
of the bore, as well as results of the draw-test, are part of tender documents, which will be
given to competitors at their request. The town calls on the interested investors – domestic or foreign natural or legal entities, or their associations, to file a request to participate in this tender that would be elaborated in compliance with the tender documentation. The tender documentation can be asked for at this address: vrt@lipany.sk.

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