EPS completes upgrade of hydropower plants in Serbia

Serbia’s EPS has completed a 13 million euro (US$17.8 million) upgrade project on two hydropower plants in central Serbia.

The upgrades, conducted on the Ovcar Banja and Medjuvrsje hydropower plants on the Western Morava river, are planned to raise the hydro plants’ combined installed capacity to 17 MW from 13 MW, wire services reported.

The final testing of the upgraded power generation equipment is expected to begin by the end of February, news agencies reported.

In other news, EPS and Italy’s Seci Energia have signed an agreement for the construction of hydropower plants in Serbia.

For more hydropower news and information, click here

Previous articleU.S. seeks study of Central America hydropower projects
Next articleJapan to help build hydroelectric plant in Vietnam

No posts to display