Serbian utility EPS to take coal-fired unit offline, News
Serbian utility Elektroprivreda Srbije said on Wednesday it will shut a 620 megawatt (MW) unit at its largest power plant, Nikola Tesla, from May 7 to early November for an overhaul that will boost its capacity to 650 MW.
The reconstruction will cost 70 million euros, EPS said in a statement.
The coal-fired TENT complex comprises four power plants with a combined capacity of 3,300 MW. Serbia produces 70 percent of its power from coal and the rest from hydro.
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