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Gazprom mulls construction of 300 MW power plant in Serbia

Author Radomir Ralev
Gazprom mulls construction of 300 MW power plant in Serbia Denis Fedorov; Source: Gazprom

BELGRADE (Serbia), May 21 (SeeNews) – Russia's Gazprom Energoholding is considering the construction of a 300 MW power plant in Serbia, director general Denis Fedorov has said. 

"As for Serbia, we have already started one project. Now we are planning another power plant project of about 300 MW. It is called Kragujevac," Fedorov said in a video file posted on the YouTube channel of Gazprom on Monday.

In March, Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic said the country is considering the construction of four natural gas-fired power plants - in Kragujevac, Nis, Belgrade and Novi Sad.

Gazprom Energoholding, a subsidiary of Russia's Gazprom, launched in March the construction of a 200 MW gas-fired combined cycle power plant in Pancevo - the first of its kind in Serbia. The commissioning of the power plant is planned for 2020.

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