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The Minister of Energy, Dubravka Đedović, presented to the Government of Serbia the new members of the Supervisory Board of the joint-stock company Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), in which three of the seven members are Norwegians.

The new members of the Supervisory Board are Oluf Ulset, Vladan Živanović, Per Sanderud, Dejan Ostojić, Hilde Baken, Igor Petković and Miodrag Ranković.

“I am sure that it is clear that things are seriously changing in EPS and that this will be an example of the professionalization of management in the energy sector, not only in Serbia, but also in the region. I am proud of the result of the election of members of the NO and I am grateful to them for accepting  to be part of the transformation of EPS and the new era of Elektroprivreda that is starting now and will inevitably be full of challenges,” said Đedović.

Oluf Ulset

She said that by appointing top professionals from Serbia and the world to this body, a new era will begin in this company, which has all the conditions to be strong, modern, successful and a leader in the region.

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“Our strategic decision is to work with Norway, that’s why we have three out of seven members coming to us from their energy systems. We looked at the operating model in Norway, where energy companies are state-owned with professional management, they are energy giants, they deliver energy  from renewable sources, but also gas for a good part of Europe,” concluded the minister.

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