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EPCG invests over EUR 2 million in electrical grid of Ulcinj

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June 4, 2016

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Power supply in the municipality of Ulcinj will be better and safer the following season due to an investment by the Montenegrin Electric Power Company (EPCG). The state-controlled utility recently launched works in the central part of the town, located in the country’s south.

The project of a new substation is underway, and the facility will be worth EUR 2.2 million. “Existing substation Grad is overloaded and the condition of the power grid is not satisfying consumers’ needs. The construction of substation Novi Ulcinj is therefore necessary for existing users and future consumers in the city centre, because necessary conditions will finally be met, both in terms of energy, and in terms of the requirements of technical regulations,” the company said.

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