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Bulgaria will supply electricity to North Macedonia

16 september 2022

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Following a deal between the prime ministers of Bulgaria and North Macedonia, Gulab Donev and Dimitar Kovacevski, Bulgaria will supply 200 MWh of electricity to North Macedonia to help the country mitigate the effects of the energy crisis, Balkanengineer.com has learned from Balkangreenenergynews.com.

 

 

The deliveries of electricity, which will take place from the beginning of October to the end of March, will ensure a stable supply of enterprises in North Macedonia, which is of utmost importance for the business sector in the country.

 

The two leaders agreed to immediately establish a working group consisting of the Minister of Economy of North Macedonia, the Minister of Energy of Bulgaria, representatives of the energy company Elektrani na Severna Makedonija (ESM) and energy companies from Bulgaria. They will discuss the technical parameters in terms of capacities and transmission of electricity.

 

Bulgaria is North Macedonia's first choice for ensuring electricity imports. North Macedonia has other options, but Bulgaria is one of the main suppliers of basic electricity in the region with its Kozloduy nuclear power plant.

 

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