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HEP selected to supply power to Ljubljana, source says

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April 22, 2015

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Poslovni.hr 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, Seebiz.eu 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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