Serbia’s Power System Stable | Beta Briefing

Serbia’s Power System Stable

Source: Beta
News / Politics | 25.01.23 | access_time 12:45

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Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) national power utility reported on Jan. 25 that despite a crash in Section E of the Kolubara mining complex, the EPS system remained stable and power supply steady.

After the crash in the afternoon on Jan. 24 response teams reached the location very quickly, and Kolubara’s coal production wasn’t threatened, EPS reported in a press release. The company underlined that no injuries had been reported, and that the crash didn’t affect power supply in the surrounding residential areas.

The operation of all EPS systems is stable, and the coal output is in the neighborhood of 1.48 million tons, 5.4 percent more than planned, meaning that the coal reserves are fully prepared, the EPS power corporation added in the release.

Electricity supply to businesses and households remains steady, and EPS has reported exports in January worth EUR 12.4 million.

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