Although the first phase of the electricity market liberalization in Serbia began in 2013th with the customer at high voltage, it seems that our market is not representative example for power trade. The second phase
The opening of the electricity market in Serbia will not bring lower prices and the fact is that customers will be disappointed, stated Vojin Lazarevic chairman of Rudnap Group which is one of the biggest electricity trader in Balkans
Value of geologically verified ore deposits in MSB Bor, containing about 5.1 million tons of copper, 202 tons of gold and 1.477 tons of silver, is estimated at about 40 billion dollars.
Investment of around 700 MEUR in the new mine will enable the production of 13 million tons of lignite, for old and new power plants. Current energy balance, 70% of electricity comes from thermal power plants which are supplied from lignite coal mine of Kolubara
Director of the electricity production in Subsidiary “TE – KO Kostolac” Zoran Stojanovic said that in the next period follows the projects implementation from the first phase of an international loan agreement with the Chinese corporation “CMEC”
The revitalization of the entire system will be done in the unit B1 of Kostolac thermal power plants over the next nine months, and in its implementation will participate the following companies and enterprises: Chinese company CMEC, Dalian