Representatives of Czech company Skoda Praha and Montenegrin power utility EPCG continued negotiations in order to reach an agreement and start the construction of second unit at coal-fired thermal power plant Pljevlja.
In the past two days, Skoda Praha presented technical, financial and legal aspects of the project which are in line with the previously signed EWA and EPC contracts between the two companies. The statement from EPCG stressed that the project for the construction of second unit at TPP Pljevlja is the strategic interest of Montenegro and its citizens, which provides the use of domestic energy resources and significantly improves the trade balance of the country. In terms of energy, the project contributes to reliable, sustainable and affordable supply of end-customers with electricity, provides the country’s energy independence and eliminates the occurrence of electricity deficit.
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Tags: coal, construction, electricity, EPCG, Montenegro, Pljevlja, Skoda Praha, thermal, TPP