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Nov 07, 2007 13:19 EEST
November 7 (SeeNews) - Serbia's state-owned power monopoly Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) will complete a 28 million euro ($41.06 million) EU-funded project for the construction of a new ash disposal system in September next year, the European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR) said.
The project is implemented by a consortium of Bosnian construction company Energoinvest and the Hungarian ash handling technologies provider EWB, EAR which manages the project said in a statement.
Under the project a new ash processing and disposal line at plant B of the Nikola Tesla power station will be built. Plant B has two power generation blocks of 620 megawatt (MW) capacity each. EPS's total generating capacity, including coal-fired, oil-fired and hydro power plants, is 8,355 MW.
Currently the B plant produces 1.7 million tonnes of ash per year, EAR said. The current project is part of a 65 million euro EU-funded programme that aims to tackle power plant pollution in EPS. Serbia completed last year a 5.0 million euro project as part of the EU programme for the replacement of the air filters at the Kostolac A plant, located in the east of the country.
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