Tag: Pljevlja

TPP Pljevlja back online – Montenegro, 24 August 2021

The sole Montenegrin thermal power plant Pljevlja has been successfully reconnected to the network in the evening hours of 24 June. The plant has been offline since 1 April. On 20 April, the Energy Community Secretariat sent an Opening Letter to Montenegro to address its breach of the Large Combu Full article available for subscribers […]

EnC Secretariat received Montenegro delegation – Montenegro, 10 June 2021

Director of the Energy Community (EnC) Secretariat Janez Kopac and his Deputy Dirk Buschle held a working meeting with Montenegrin State Secretary for Energy Marko Perunovic and representatives of power utility EPCG, namely President of the Board of Directors Milutin Djukanovic in Vienna. The fo Full article available for subscribers of Energy NEWS service (PDF […]

TPP Pljevlja closure would cost the state 155 million euros – Montenegro, 21 December 26-0

If coal-fired thermal power plant Pljevlja were to close now, Montenegro would have to pay over 100 million euros a year for electricity imports. This is, among other things, shown by the analysis of the assessment of the financial effects of the possible shutdown of TPP Pljevlja made by state-owned Full article available for subscribers […]