Executive Director for Electricity Trading at state-owned power utility EPS Dragan Vlaisacljevic said that Serbia is not planning to build a nuclear power plant on its territory because their construction has been prohibited under the law from 1989.
Vlaisavljevic said that this is the reason why nuclear power is not envisaged in any of the country’s energy development strategies, adding that EPS could easily survive on the market by only using domestic resources – coal, water and renewable sources like wind or sun for electricity generation.
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Tags: electricity, EPS, NPP. nuclear, Serbia