MNE: The return of stolen electricity delays

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The return of an illegally taken electricity from the European interconnection which was scheduled to begin today, will be postponed.

Montenegrobonus in cooperation with Aluminium Kombinat Podgorica and the Montenegrin Electric should start returning European Interconnection 60,000 megawatt-hours of electricity today. Cetinje Montenegrobonus has  already returned, during the summer ,70,000 megawatt-hours of electricity which was taken by the PAK  without permission.

Chairman of the Board of Directors CGES Dragan Laketić announced that the  disposal has been agreed, and therefore there will be no problems in dealing with the interconnection.

” The return will not start today, we agreed to postpone it. Therefore will not be any problems. There will be no problems in relations with the European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E),” said Chairman of the Board of Directors CGES (CGES) Dragan Laketić.

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Brussels-based Committee for the operational management and reliability of the energy system and the European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E), ordered that the PAK immediately start the process of restoring power by illegally which PAK  spent this year from 22 February to 23 May, otherwise it will have consequences for Montenegrin power system. CAP supplied Cetinje Montenegrobonus with  electricity from 1st October last year to 31 December, because the EPCG cut off electricity supply because  of debt.  Since the New Year, when CAP has the status of illegal suppliers, CGES because of  the system balancing everyday ordered EPCG that  from its reserves delivers electricity to aluminum company. EPCG,at the end of February informed CGES that it can no longer provide 84 MW of electricity per day for the factory in Podgorica.

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