Matteo del Fante, CEO of the Italian energy company Terna, said in an interview to Italian media that the connection with Montenegro via submarine electricity cable is still a priority for the company.
Del Fante also pointed out that Montenegro represents a bridge that will allow Italy to enter energy markets in the Balkan. The focus of Terna regarding cross-border connections in the coming years will be better energy connections with Corsica and the Balkans. Regarding Balkans, Terna is focus on the submarine cable, a joint project with Montenegrin electricity transmission system operator CGES. According to del Fante, Montenegrin electricity market is small, but it could be used as a bridge in order to enter the markets of neighboring countries.
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Tags: CGES, electricity, Italy, Montenegro, submarine cable, Terna