Serbia-Energy.Eu SEE region weekly news digest 10/2014, SEE Energy News
Brown Coal Mine “Banovici” invited a public call for prequalification of strategic partner choice for financing and building of Thermal power plant “Banovici” with power of 300 MW.
Around 50 companies of 222 by the end of last month, have been obliged to sign contracts to purchase electricity on the free market from some of the suppliers or sellers of electricit
Pljevlja, Montenegrin town on the border with Serbia, will earn 6 billion EUR by coal mining; it was released from the Coal mine in that city.
Economic Committee of Slovenian Government debated on plan of ten new hydro power plants construction in the middle course of the Slovenian part of the Sava River
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ( EBRD ) is managing to help Romania transition to lower CO2 emissions by crediting the development
Bosnia: Gov to boost private energy investments for new power gen facilities and electricity exports
FBiH Government has decided to carry out the liberalization of the energy sector, said in a statement from the Department of Energy
Thermal power plant “Gacko” produced 130.94 gigawatt-hours of electricity in February, which is 87% of the plan
During last year ,Albania imported 170,000 and exported 953,000 MW hours of electricity. The demand amounted to 5.8 TW h
Company KTG from Zenica submitted application to the State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC) for issuing license for international trade in electricity.
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