Serbia: Drinsko-Limske HE produced 3.23 TWh of electricity in 2019, News Serbia Energy
A subsidiary of Serbian state-owned power utility EPS “Drinsko-Limske Hidroelektrane”, which operates several hydropower plants in western Serbia, produced a total of 3.23 TWh of electricity in 2019, which is 10 % more than planned, although second half the year had poor hydrology. Highest monthly production was recorded in February and March, while October was the month with least precipitation.
HPP Bajina Basta produced 1.38 TWh of electricity in 2019, which is 10.17 % more than planned. The reversible part of HPP Bajina Basta produced 739 GWh, which is 89.43 % of planned production for 2019. HPP Zvornik produced 456 GWh, which is 25.62 % above plan. Production of hydropower plants on the Lim river was 35.75 % above planned, while hydropower plants on the Morava river produced 11.67 % more electricity than planned.
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