The CEO of Serbia’s national power company (EPS) said it has clear development plans to help ensure the country’s energy independence.
Dusan Zivkovic, acting CEO of EPS, told the opening of a power industry conference that the company is intensively planning investments in new capacities, especially in renewable sources. He said it would provide certain, reliable and quality electricity supplies to both households and companies.
“The energy transition is our reality and we have a higher number of participants in the energy market from the private sector every day along with state companies taking part more actively,” Zivkovic said.
According to Zivkovic, the EPS is investing in a 656 megawatt hydropower plant, as well as wind and solar power plants.