Piva hydro plant produced almost 30 TWh in 39 years

Photo: EPCG


March 27, 2015






March 27, 2015





Milan Radović, head of Piva hydropower plant, said 146 GWh was produced since the start of the year, in comparison to 782 GWh planned for 2015.

He added last year’s investment in equipment was EUR 930,000, national energy company EPCG said on its website.

The plant in the country’s northwest has 102 employees. The end of March marked its 39th anniversary, during which the hydro facility generated 29.57 TWh of power.

Piva plant is in the energy system of Montenegro since January 1, when the long-term contract with Serbia’s power monopoly EPS expired.

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