Two huge projects obtained by CJ Neamţ, aimed at ecological transport, will materialize in the near future, more precisely this year. Their value is 21 million euros.

The projects also provide for the delivery of charging stations PHOTO CJ Neamț

They aim at the purchase of electric buses and charging stations, the non-polluting vehicles to serve travelers from Piatra Neamţ and the communes in the immediate vicinity of the county seat municipality.

The first contract was signed at the end of last year, at the Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration. It has a value of 57,836,162 lei. The investment is made with a 100% non-refundable financing, through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. In a first stage, 18 electric buses will be purchased through this project, with another ten expected later.

“The 18 buses for which the contract was signed will have as many slow charging stations and six fast charging stations. The next ten will have four fast charging stations, which will be installed on routes and ten standard charging stations, in the public transport bus base”, said Ionel Arsene, head of the Neamţ CJ.

The second project has the same object, ecological transport, with the provision of 21 vehicles provided, the financing being provided with European funds through the Regional Operational Program 2014 – 2020. The project is a much larger one, with the administrations of the municipalities of Iaşi, Târgu Mureş and Tulcea

The value of the contract for Neamţ county is 49,230,291 lei, the electric buses (non-articulated type, with fully lowered floor, for people with reduced mobility) will be operational this year. Taken together, the two projects total 107,066,453 lei, i.e. over 21 million euros.

At the end of last year, the Ministry of Health established that a project submitted by CJ Neamţ, for a new County Hospital, is eligible, being among the more than 40 new units that would be built in the country. Its value is 200 million euros, the financing being through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.

There is the necessary land, about 17 hectares. The new unit will have 960 beds for continuous hospitalization and 105 for one-day admissions.

The current Neamţ County Hospital no longer meets the requirements in the field. One of the buildings, Spitalul Vechi, was built in the interwar period and is classified as having a high seismic risk.

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