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Montenegro’s energy sector gears up for challenges amid thermal power plant closure

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The upcoming year poses a significant challenge for Montenegro’s energy sector, particularly with the Thermal Power Plant Pljevlja expected to be offline for several months. This was emphasized during a meeting attended by representatives of the energy sector and Minister of Energy and Mining, Saša Mujović.

According to the Montenegrin Electric Power Company (EPCG), discussions at the meeting underscored the urgent need to find collaborative solutions to address this challenge. The involvement and active participation of all stakeholders in the energy system were deemed crucial for overcoming the upcoming hurdles.

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Ivan Bulatović, the Executive Director of EPCG, acknowledged the daunting task ahead, stating, “We are entering a highly challenging period.” However, he expressed confidence in the collective capabilities and commitment to finding effective solutions through collaborative efforts.

The meeting also saw the participation of key figures from the Montenegrin Electric Distribution System, the Montenegrin Electric Transmission System, the Regulatory Agency for Energy and Regulated Communal Services, and the Montenegrin Electricity Market Operator.

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