HPPs on Lim: Montenegrin Government waits on expert opinion, SEE Energy News
Government of Montenegro will announce its position regarding influence of planed construction of HPPs on Lim river on Montenegrin territory, after the team of experts finishes analysis of Serbian study that was delivered to Montenegro – it was stated from Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism. Lim HPPs Brodarevo are the project of Canadian REV.
The study made by Energoproject-hidrogradnja from Belgrade was delivered to Montenegrin Government after the request for including the executive government in cross border consultations for this project. Ministry Spokeswoman, Milica Lekić stated that forming of expert team is in progress.
– The team of experts is being formed because of detailed analysis of all professions relevant to this question- Lekić said and added that the team will be formed as soon as possible, with taking care of procedures and expert quality at the same time.
According to her words, public will be informed about members of expert team when the team is formed.
– We will take care that no one from relevant social structures is excluded from the process because the synergy of knowledge is pre-condition to quality of study analysis- Lekić added.
When she was asked when the Ministry is expected to have its final attitude to the study, she said: “It is hard to know the exact time of finalizing the analysis, considering the fact that it will depend on process complexity, especially in number of eventual suggestions, agreements and similar”.
We expect that team of experts will deal with the study immediately after its forming and that it will adjust its attitude as soon as possible.
Source Serbia Energy SEE Desk/MNE gov
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