Serbia Energy Weekly news digest 9/20147. March 2014. / News Serbia Energy
European Energy Community Secretariat evaluated that Serbia failed to fulfill its obligations from this community regulation about the ownership unbundling at the natural gas market.
Serbia: Potential bidders for the construction of desulphurization plant visited TENT A, Bids submission by 19th May
Representatives of five companies (Kawasaki Heavy Industries, LTD, Mitsubishi- Hitachi consortium, FisiaBabcock, Alstom Power and Andriz Energy),
Draft Law on Energy predicts that from 1st July of this year or no later than the date of the new law entry into force, citizens will be able to choose their electricity supplier
A delegation of Chinese company CMEK and “Exim” Bankhave visited Kostolac, where it has been taken discussions with the negotiating team of Subsidiary “Thermal Power Plants
The negotiating team of Thermal Power Plants and Mines (Te-Ko) of “Kostolac” met today with a delegation of Chinese companies CMEK
Record electricity production, which was achieved last year in Kostolac Thermal power plants were influenced by well done repairs and modernization-overhaul cycle
The revitalization of unit B1 started in the Thermal power plants “Kostolac B”, which will be financed from Chinese loan. On this occasion, prof. Dr. Zorana Mihajlovic, minister of energy, development and environment protection
New Statute of the Public Enterprise “Serbia Power Utility Company” came into force today. In accordance with the Statute have been prepared amendments
Serbia power utility company EPS and Italy Edison have a strategic MoU and preliminary cooperation agreement on joint venture for new Kolubara B
Idea of regional power exchange has a history in the South East Europe. Slovenian BSP Southpool tried to connect Balkans electricity actors
Minister of Energy, Development and Environment Protection, Prof. Dr. Zorana Mihajlovic visited the Office for the Coordination of activities related to open pit mine “Radljevo”
Revitalization works of thermal power unit B1in TPP “Kostolac” starts and will last until 30th November. Repair costs 112 million dollars
The Serbian government has given approval at today’s meeting that Subsidiary “EPS Supply” continues with backup supply of end customers who have not chosen a supplier, and to whom backup supply stops on 1st March.
Thermal power plant “Nikola Tesla A” registered another record in its extremely rich production history.
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