According to the draft of its long-term business strategy, Serbian state-owned power utility EPS is planning to shut down its 125 MW coal-fired thermal power plant Morava by the end of 2023.
According to the Decree on establishing the Program for the Implementation of the Energy Sector Development Strategy of the Republic of Serbia for the period by 2015 with projections by 2030, EPS will have to shut down eight coal-fired units at its thermal power plants, which are not in compliance with environmental requirements set by the EU’s Large Combustion Plants Directive, by 2024.
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