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Elicio appoints new manager for Serbia

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October 23, 2015

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Company Elicio, owner of Electrawinds S, which develops and plans the construction of Alibunar (42 MW) and Malibuna 8 MW) wind parks in Serbia’s north appointed Christophe Bols as a new manager for Serbia, according to company’s statement. Bols, being an expert with many years of experience in developing renewable energy projects in Romania and France, was appointed with a task to complete the mentioned projects and wind parks construction.

Bols says the company is pleased with the cooperation with all state institutions in Serbia, and that adoption of secondary legislation is necessary for the implementation of the project and for the construction, in accordance with the Energy Law, which entered into force this year. He underscored the draft regulation is a step in the right direction compared to current rules. “We are pleased with the proposed directives, but we have given suggestions within the public dialogue in order to get quality regulation, with a bankable power purchase agreement as the most important issue. We hope that the Ministry of Energy will soon put in a proposition for the adoption of these documents, as it promised,” Bols said.

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