Nuclearelectrica and Electrica signed 6.3 million euros worth electricity supply contract - Romania, 23 June 2017  |  RADET recorded losses in 2016, ELCEN reported profit - Romania, 23 June 2017  |  Gas suppliers no longer obliged to mandatory gas reserves - Romania, 23 June 2017  |  Electricity price for households to increase by 8 % as of 1 July - Romania, 23 June 2017  |  Hidroelectrica’s profit increased by 26 % in the first five months of 2017 - Romania, 23 June 2017  |  EPCG offers electricity supply for 42 euros/MWh to KAP - Montenegro, 23 June 2017  |  Domestic production covered 60 % consumption in April - Macedonia, 23 June 2017  |  Solar panel boom expected in Hungary - Hungary, 23 June 2017  |  Rosatom interested in participating in NPP Belene project - Bulgaria, 23 June 2017  |  NPP Kozloduy to supply 50 % of electricity on Bulgarian liberalized market - Bulgaria, 23 June 2017  |  SHPP Ziraja 2 commissioned - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 23 June 2017  |  Tender for the construction of two HPPs - Albania, 23 June 2017  |  Bulgaria and Greece to speed up gas interconnection project - Region, 23 June 2017  |  Environmental impact assessment for TurkStream offshore section published - Turkey, 22 June 2017  |  Serbia expects positive assessment of its energy sector reforms - Serbia, 22 June 2017  |  Senvion to supply turbines for Alibunar wind farm - Serbia, 22 June 2017  |  Ten heating plants to switch to biomass - Serbia, 22 June 2017  |  Over-taxation of domestic gas producers benefits Gazprom - Romania, 22 June 2017  |  Montenegrin electricity exchange established - Montenegro, 22 June 2017  |  NPP Krsko plans to produce 5.9 TWh of electricity in 2017 - Slovenia, 21 June 2017

General Electric interested in Kostolac wind farm – Serbia, 15 June 2017

According to Serbian media, General Electric is interested in participating In the construction of Kostolac wind farm, a project developed by state-owned power utility EPS.
The company’s CEO for southeastern Europe Gaetano Massara said that General Electric is technically and commercially fit to take part in the project. He said that Serbian renewable energy market is very important for GE, adding that the adoption of a regulation framework on renewable energy sources in June 2015 opened the way for the launch of an attractive and sustainable renewable energy market in Serbia.

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