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Serbia's EMS starts building 110 kV transmission line in Krusevac

Author Radomir Ralev
Serbia's EMS starts building 110 kV transmission line in Krusevac Source: Creative Commons CC0

BELGRADE (Serbia), April 12 (SeeNews) - Serbian power system operator Elektromreza Srbije (EMS) plans to invest 400 million dinars ($3.8 million/3.4 million euro) in the construction of a 110 kV transmission line in Krusevac, in central Serbia, the Krusevac city government said.

The 5.58 km transmission line will connect the Krusevac 1 and Krusevac 3 power substations, the ity government said in a statement on Thursday.

The construction project is due to be completed on November 24.

EMS has already invested 32 million dinars in the preparation of the project, the general director of EMS, Jelena Matejic said during the groundbreaking ceremony for of the transmission line construction.

EMS was established in 2005 after being split from state-run power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS). It is a member of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E).

(1 euro = 117.960 dinars)

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