The Boards of Directors of power utility EPCG, electricity market operator COTEE and electricity transmission system operator CGES have approved the agreement on the establishment of the company that will operate Montenegrin electricity exchange.
The next step is signing the establishment agreement between these three companies. According to the agreement, the new company is established in order to provide the necessary legal, organizational, operational and technical framework for the establishment and operation of electricity exchange and electricity trading.
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Tags: CGES, COTEE, electricity, electricity exchange, EPCG, Montenegro, regulation