June 15, 2024
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Serbia: Refinery in Smederevo to be in line with the highest EU standards

Serbia’s Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović Handanović, recently finalized a framework agreement with “China Energy International Group” to construct an oil processing plant in Smederevo, aimed...

Serbia: JICA to join the RHPP Bistrica project

Minister Dubravka Đedović Handanović from the Ministry of Mining and Energy held discussions today with Masahiro Ueki, the chief representative of the Japan International Cooperation Agency...

Serbia: Tender for revitalization of Vlasina hydropower plants to be concluded in summer

During the upcoming summer months, the tender process for the reconstruction of the Vlasina Hydro Power Plants is expected to conclude, along with the finalization of...

Serbia: The average price on the day-ahead market reached 64.6 euros/MWh in April

Traded volume on the day-ahead market on the Serbian energy exchange SEEPEX reached 472,018.6 MWh in April 2024, which is a 15.6% increase compared...

Serbia: New rules for the connections to transmission network

After months of ironing out the details, Serbia has started applying new legislation that regulates the procedure for connection to the national power grid....

Serbia: Tender for RHPP Bistrica design launched

Serbia state-owned energy company EPS announced the negotiation procedure without publishing a public call for the preparation of investment-technical documentation required for the construction...

Serbia: EDS to install 3 million smart meters

Elektrodistribucija Srbjje has laid out a plan to replace approximately three million old meters with smart ones by 2030. According to energy expert Željko...

Serbia: The background of EPS’s financial results

To grasp the economic and financial intricacies surrounding EPS’s operations, it’s imperative to delve into its energy portfolio. Thermal power plants under EPS’s purview...

Serbia: EPS launched a tender for planning documentation for two solar power plants

Serbian power utility EPS has launched a tender for the preparation of the urban planning documentation for the solar power plants Kolubara A and...

Serbia: The electricity prices for companies should decrease by 25%

As electricity prices drop on European stock exchanges, Serbian businesses expect a corresponding decrease in electricity costs from Elektroprivreda Serbia (EPS), potentially by as much...
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