The Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) plans to invest 1.2 billion Euros into environmental protection until 2015. The money for these projects will be secured from the company’s revenues and from loans. Also, strategic partners will take part in this financing, and the money will be partly provided from European Union funds.
More than 9 billion Euros will be spent on EPS’s developmental projects until 2015 – said Dragomir Marković, General Manager of the Electric Power Industry of Serbia, at the presentation of the Green book published by this company. According to him, the Green book contains summaries of EPS’s plans related to projects for the improvement of environmental protection, so that this document should help in attracting donors.
At the presentation of the Green book it was also emphasized that EPS is the first electric power industry company from the countries who signed the Energy Community South East Europe Treaty to publish documents on the needs and responsibilities related to environmental protection.