Petrol improving public lighting system in Serbia's Zaječar
Ljubljana, 12 April - The Slovenian energy group Petrol has entered a public-private partnership for a project to replace almost 10,000 inefficient lights in the Serbian city of Zaječar. It is expected to cut lighting costs there by one million euro in the next 15 years, and to reduce CO2 emissions by 3,400 tonnes a year.
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