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Oct 20, 2022 14:25 EEST
October 20 (SeeNews) - The combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Zrenjanin, northern Serbia, has started producing electricity again, following a ten-year break, the city government said.
Since October 8, the Zrenjanin TPP has been connected to the grid operated by state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), and minor defects in the plant caused by the long downtime are being eliminated, the city council said in a statement on Wednesday.
The electricity production volume will depend on the overall energy situation in Serbia and the needs in the coming months, according to the statement.
The co-generation plant in Zrenjanin was designed and built in 1989 primarily for the needs of the then-powerful industrial zone where most of the capacity belonged to agricultural-industrial combine Servo Mihalj. After the shutdown of several factories, the consumption of technological steam was also reduced, thus the plant also stopped production.
The Zrenjanin CHP is owned by a subsidiary of Elektroprivreda Srbije. It has a nominal electrical power of 110 MW and runs on natural gas or fuel oil.
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