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Serbia’s power grid operator Elektromreze Srbije (EMS) said it has launched works on the construction of a double 400 kV transmission line from Pancevo substation to the Romanian border.

In December, diversified firm Energoprojekt Holding said one of its units, alongside a partner, was contracted by EMS to construct the line.

The works, worth a total of €24.7 million will be financed by EMS from company funds, the grid operator said in a statement on its website on Tuesday.

The length of the transmission line in Serbia is 68.3 km, while the completion of works is expected in late 2017.

The project will improve the stability of the country’s power system and increase transmission capacities to surrounding countries, EMS concluded. Source: SeeNews
Source: SeeNews

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