Serbia: HPP “Djerdap 1” generated 3% less electricity than planned in May, News Serbia Energy
In the biggest Serbian hydropower plant “Djerdap1″in May was produced three percent less than the current monthly plan, when to the Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) were delivered 560, instead of the planned 575 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity.
High water levelnegatively affected the production, that is the reason whycame to water spilling over the dams, which resulted in lower production than planned.
Otherwise, from the beginning of the year this hydropower plant supplied 2.3 billion kWh of electricity to EPS.
The equipment installation within a revitalization of the hydro aggregate A-5 is underwayirrespective of the electricity production in hydropower plant ofKladovo. The deadline for the completion of this complex works is on December 26thand all works are carried out as it is planned.
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