HEP selected to supply power to Ljubljana, source says


April 22, 2015





April 22, 2015



Share learned that Croatian state power company HEP’s offer was the best out of five offers in a bid to supply Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana with 270 GWh of electricity, for around EUR 12 million, reported. In February, HEP won a bid by Slovenian distribution operator SODO for a guaranteed supply of 1.1 TWh in 2016–17. With the new contract, the company has a 5% market share in Slovenia.

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