Energy should become a pillar of the future development of Montenegro. We have natural potential and ideas for that, but the obstacle is complex administrative procedures and laws, it was said to the forum organized by the University of Montenegro. One of the solutions
that could be heard is the Law on Strategic Planning.
To the greatest extent, the electrical energy potential of Montenegro is still unused in our waters, wind, and sun. If we know that we do not lack any of that, it is clear that the generator of the economic development of Montenegro lies in the energy industry, and the opinion is also a profession.
I am one of the economists who advocates the thesis that, in addition to tourism, energy should be a pillar of the development of the Montenegrin economy. It should be in the financial sense and in the development sense for some future events that will lead to higher
growth rates, to a better standard of living – believes Milivoje Radović, professor at the Faculty of Economics.
And the Gvozd wind power plant, another one on the Krnov plateau, whose construction should be agreed upon soon, will contribute to the development. Obstacles to this, as well as other investments in the field of energy, are laws and complex administrative procedures.
We are planning to complete the transmission line from Lastva to Pljevlja this year. We are facing numerous problems there, but the management assures me that it will be this year. The transmission line passes through NP Durmitor and the area of Đurđević Tara, so it is
not at all simple – points out Aleksandar Mijušković, president of the CGES Board of Directors.
And if all the announced energy projects were implemented, Montenegro would become its stable exporter, according to the forum participants.