CROPEX joined by Interenergo as first EU-based member


July 29, 2016






July 29, 2016





Company Interenergo Ltd., headquartered in Slovenia’s capital of Ljubljana, signed an agreement with CROPEX on July 26 to become a member with the right to participate in trading on the Croatian day-ahead market.

Croatian Power Exchange Ltd. said Interenergo became the ninth member of the marketplace after five months of operational work, which started in February. Interenergo, fully owned by KI-Kelag International GmbH, thus became the first company based in the European Union to trade as a new member of CROPEX.

In the field of electricity trading, the Slovenian firm participates in the market of Central and Southeastern Europe in 12 countries, both at wholesale and at the retail power markets, the note said.


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