Montenegro s power utility EPCG seeks buyer 10 stake

Montenegro’s power utility EPCG seeks buyer for 10% stake

18 July 2022 - EPCG is preparing to sell 10% of its shares to a single buyer at a minimum price that is more than two times above the current market value

EPCG hires Swiss consultancy for gas power plant projects

12 July 2022 - EPCG will work with SS&A Power Consultancy on projects for the first gas-fired power plants in combination with renewables in Montenegro

Montenegro’s EPCG joins day-ahead power market on SEEPEX exchange in Serbia

17 June 2022 - Montenegro's state-owned power utility EPCG said it completed the first transaction at Serbian power exchange SEEPEX

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Port of Bar preparing to build LNG terminal, gas-fired power plant

17 June 2022 - Power utility EPCG, which would be a partner on the project, has already initiated feasibility studies for three gas-fired power plants

The energy crisis is not an emergency, but a new reality - Trhulj

Energy crisis is not emergency but new reality – Trhulj

01 June 2022 - Power companies imported electricity at a price  three to five times higher than their retail price

Western Balkan countries struggling coal plants

WB-6 countries struggling to secure electricity production in their old coal power plants

31 May 2022 - It's going to be a long winter in several Western Balkan countries as old coal-fired power plants are unreliable and lignite is scarce

EPCG starts ecological reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja

EPCG starts ecological reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja

29 April 2022 - The ecological reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja will cost a total of EUR 70 million or about 15 million more than originally planned

Montenegro power utility EPCG sell 10 stake strategic investor

Montenegro’s power utility EPCG to sell 10% stake to strategic partner

22 April 2022 - Montenegro said it would seek a strategic partner for non-voting shares of state-controlled power utility EPCG, which make up a 10% stake

Montenegro demands water, electricity from BiH, Croatia produced in Bileća lake

Montenegro demands Bileća lake water, electricity from BiH, Croatia

06 April 2022 - The Government of Montenegro has decided to initiate a procedure to determine its share of water and hydropower from the Bileća lake in BiH

EPS to import coal from Montenegro

EPS to import coal from Montenegro

05 April 2022 - Serbia's power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) will purchase coal from Montenegro’s Pljevlja Coal Mine

EPCG to start reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja by end of April rovcanin

EPCG to start reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja by end of April

01 April 2022 - The EUR 54 million contract for the reconstruction was signed with the consortium DEC International-Bemax-BB Solar-Permonte

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Barometer of Sustainable Energy Transition – how prepared is Montenegro?

23 March 2022 - A clear vision, the responsibility of key actors, the NECP, sources of financing – each of these segments is equally important for Montenegro’s energy transition.

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