Croatia Will Not Receive Krsko-Generated Electricity for Now
Ljubljana/Zagreb, 1 July - The accord on the Krsko N-plant (NEK) signed by the governments of Slovenia and Croatia last December was to take effect as of Monday, but it did not after the two parliaments failed to ratify it. Sunday midnight was the deadline by which the Croatian transmission grid operator HEP should have answered Slovenia's bid to resume the supply of NEK-generated electricity. As HEP officials told the STA on Monday, HEP will not answer the bid because it is unacceptable for the company.
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