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BELGRADE (Serbia), September 13 (SeeNews) - Serbia plans to approach Romania with an offer for the joint construction of a 200 megawatt (MW) unit at the Djerdap I hydro power plant (HPP) on the Danube river, Belgrade-based media reported.
The proposed unit should cost around 70 million euro ($93 million), news portal Tanjugbiz.rs reported on Thursday, quoting Ljubomir Aksentijevic, special advisor to the country's energy minister.
The Djerdap I HPP, launched in 1970 as a joint-venture between the governments of Romania and then Yugoslavia, has 12 units. The Serbian side of the HPP facility currently has six units with a combined installed capacity of 1,026 MW.