Slovene Gov't Offers Croatia NEK Electricity Before Bilateral NEK Accord Is Ratified
Ljubljana, 20 June - Although Slovenia and Croatia have not yet ratified the agreement on joint ownership of the Krsko N-plant (NEK), the Slovene government on Thursday decided to offer Croatia half of the electricity generated by NEK at a price of 29.7 euros per megawatt hour (MWh), Slovene Environment Minister Janez Kopac said after the government session. The offer is valid until 30 June.
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