THE EUROPEAN Investment Bank (EIB) is planning to lend Euro 15 million to Macedonia utility Electrostopanstvo na Makedonija for the construction of four 400 and 110 kV power substations in Macedonia, (Skopje 5, Skopje 4, Petrovec, and Dracevo), ancillary transmission lines and related infrastructure. The aim is to reduce power system losses and bottlenecks.

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