Romania interested in exporting power to Serbia


July 21, 2015





July 21, 2015




During his visit to Serbia on July 16, Romania’s president Klaus Iohannis said his country is interested in exporting electricity to Southeastern Europe’s markets, including Serbia. The exports could be made through specialized companies that operate on the two markets, he added after meeting his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolić, Business Insider reported.

Romania and Serbia have several common economic projects, such as the Timișoara–Belgrade highway and energy interconnectivity. Last year, Romania’s Oltenia energy company (CE Oltenia) closed a deal with the Serbian authorities to export coal. The contract, which went through an intermediary firm, was suspended this year.

Related Articles


Danish offshore wind giant Ørsted asks all suppliers to switch to green electricity by 2025

17 August 2022 - Ørsted says it has become the first energy company in the world to ask all suppliers to switch to green electricity

Petrol 35 MW wind Dazlina Croatia next phase

Petrol takes 35 MW wind project in Croatia to next phase

17 August 2022 - Slovenia-based Petrol put the environmental study for its wind power plant project Dazlina in Dalmatia to public review


Finland’s Taaleri joins forces with Encro on 111 MW wind project in Croatia

17 August 2022 - The wind farms, located near the city of Zadar, are expected to be fully operational in Q4 2023


Republic of Srpska offers households credit to install solar panels

16 August 2022 - The credit program aims to enable 50,000 households across the Republic of Srpska to install solar panels and become prosumers