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Montenegro's Pljevlja TPP achieves record power output in 2023

Jan 22, 2024, 2:21:54 PMArticle by Iskra Pavlova
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January 22 (SeeNews) - Montenegro's Pljevlja coal-fired thermal power plant (TPP) achieved a record-high electricity production of 1,642 GWh in 2023, its owner, state-run power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) [MNG:EPCG], said.

Montenegro's Pljevlja TPP achieves record power output in 2023
Source: Crnogorski elektrodistributivni sistem (CEDIS)

Of the total production, Pljevlja TPP contributed 1,505 GWh to the grid last year, EPCG said in a statement on Sunday.

It provided no comparative year-ago figures, but according to data published earlier by EPCG, Pljevlja TPP produced 1,454 GWh of electricity in 2022, up 9% from 2021.

In the latest statement, EPCG also highlighted that in 2023, Pljevlja TPP achieved its longest continuous operation, surpassing 230 days without interruption—a historic milestone in its 42-year history.

Pljevlja TPP has an installed capacity of 225 MW, accounting for some 25% of EPCG's total gross electricity production capacity of 877 MW.

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