Croatian state-owned power utility HEP announced that its Slovenian subsidiary HEP Energija has signed a contract on electricity supply with Slovenian Railways. The supply contract is 26.5 million euros worth and will be valid for three and a half years.
With this latest addition, from the beginning of 2017 HEP will hold 12.5 % share in the supply of electricity to business customers in Slovenia. The company already supplies electricity to customers such as the Municipality of Ljubljana, Koper Port, MOL Slovenia, Cimos, Planica Nordic Sports Center, NLB Bank and aBank and several hotels and theaters in Ljubljana and Maribor.
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Tags: Croatia, electricity, electricity market, electricity supply, HEP, HEP Energija, Slovenia, Slovenian Railways