Montenegrin electricity market operator COTEE, electricity transmission system operator CGES and power utility EPCG are currently preparing to sign an agreement on the establishment of a joint liability company, which will be in charge of the operation of the future Montenegrin electricity exchange.
Out of the former Yugoslavia countries, Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia have established their electricity exchanges so far. Slovenian electricity exchange BSP Southpool is the oldest of the three, being established in 2008 and therefore has the largest traded volumes and the best connection with other regional markets.
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Tags: CGES, COTEE, Croatia, CROPEX, electricity, electricity exchange, EPCG, Montenegro, SEEPEX, Serbia