THE EUROPEAN Agency for Reconstruction is spending Euro 50 million on rehabilitating the coal fired A3 block of Serbia's Nikola Tesla A power station, the largest plant in the country. The maximum output 305 megawatts facility was installed in 1976 and has not been effectively overhauled for ten years, It is operating at two-thirds capacity, "in a poor state of repair and safety," said the EU agency.

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