SERBIA POWER

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE PLANNED modernisation of control systems used by Serb electricity utility Elektropriveda Srbije (EPS) is likely to attract a Euro 20 million European Investment bank loan. The money would help upgrade EPS's national control centre, installing energy management and data acquisition systems. Telecommunication links with Serb power plants and utilities in neighbouring countries would also be created.



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