A block of the “Kosova B” Power Plant will be out of order for three days.
The Minister of Economy, Artane Rizvanolli, while reporting to the Parliamentary Committee on Economy, said that this will further aggravate the situation of electricity supply in the country.
“Today, a block of ‘Kosova B’ had to be stopped for 36 hours. In the next three days, the situation with energy will be even worse “, said Rizvanolli.
Occasional reductions are also announced through official announcements from the Electricity Supply Distribution (KEDS).
The Minister of Economy, Artane Rizvanolli, also stressed the impossibility to meet the requirements for electricity.
She announced that on Monday morning, the ‘Kosova A’ and ‘Kosova B’ power plants in Obiliq managed to produce 759 megawatts, while the energy demand was 1,113 megawatts.
“We are producing three hundred and fifty-four megawatts less than the demand,” said Rizvanolli.
Kosovo Energy Corporation, according to Minister Rizvanolli, is making maximum efforts to put into operation the third block of the power plant ‘Kosova A’, which according to her, would help with another 120 megawatts.
“To meet the electricity requirements in the winter season, the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning is dealing with the priority of licensing the capacity of the wind farm built in the village of Selac, which will add another 60 megawatts,” said Rizvanolli. .