Regional electricity disputes Croatia, Republika Srpska and Bosnia; Discussion about electricity produced in HPP Dubrovnik, SEE Energy News
Ministry of External Trade and Economy Relations in BiH, Management for Indirect – Taxation (UIO), Independent Operator of the System and Regulatory Commission for Electricity in BiH will make effort to influence electricity produced in HPP Dubrovnik to have the same status as electricity produced in BiH.
This was concluded at the meeting of Minister of External Trade and Economy Relations in BiH, Mirko Sarovic with Managing Director of “Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske” Branislav Milekic about electricity produced in HPP Dubrovnik which is the part of “Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske”.
Director of HPPs on Trebisnjica Mirko Mitrovic, representatives of Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining of RS, Independent Operator of BiH and UIO systems have also participated in the meeting- it was stated from the Ministry of External Trade and Economy Relations in BiH.
“Hrvatska Elektroprivreda” connected aggregate number 1 from HPP Dubrovnik to electricity system on 1 November 1994 and it influenced technological and electricity distribution system in HPP Trebisnjica Prva Faza.
Putting into operation transformer stations PLAT causes additional changes in configuration of electricity in BiH and Croatia.
Connection of 220 KW transmission line over new transformer station Plat makes both transmission lines interconnection so it is necessary to provide cross border transmission capacities – it is mentioned in the statement.
Security of transmission capacities mostly demands additional expenses and it can cause inability of energy placement in extreme cases.
Considering this discussion as a very important and complex one because of resolving period length, Ministry of External Trade and Economy Relations, lead by Minister Sarovic, will delegate this question to the level of BiH Ministers’ Council with support of authority institutions according to Croatian authorities – it is underlined in the statement.
Source; Serbia Energy See desk/Agencies/
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