Serbia, Republic of Srpska to build seven hydropower plants for EUR 820mn.

By bne IntelliNews September 17, 2010
The Serbian power utility EPS and its peer in Republic of Srpska, EPRS, inked a co-operation agreement for the construction of seven hydropower plants for EUR 820mn in the middle section of the Drina river. The three locations for the plants have been already selected, EPS GM Dragomir Markovic stated. Markovic noted that the hydropower plants will not be operational before 2016. The power plants will have a combined installed capacity of 300 MW and output capacity of 1,200 GWh annually.

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