Banič on Investment in New Power Capacities
Ljubljana, 1 June - WORLD/ENERGY/COUNCIL/SLOVENSKI/COMMITTEE
Slovenia will in this year import from 660 to 700 million kilowatt hours of electricity through transmission lines from West European countries. In three years, the imports will rise to 1.2 to 1.3 billion of kilowatt hours of electricity per year, told ELES Director Ivo Banič at a regular annual assembly of Slovene National Committee (SNK) of the World Energy Council (WEC), Thursday.
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