Montenegrin power utility EPCG announced that the country’s sole thermal power plant Pljevlja is back online, after it was disconnected from the grid from 15 April to 20 June due to scheduled overhaul, which cost about 3.35 million euros.
The statement from EPCG said that the overhaul was successfully completed, and besides the standard overhaul of major facilities of the plant, a periodical overhaul of the turbine facility was carried out as well. It was stated that for the first time in the plant’s 35 years of operational history, overhaul was completed in such a short time.
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