about us | newsletter | contact | archive | members area
Christian Traunfellner, Immofinanz
There is an increasing need for high-quality office properties»
  News:      POLITICS   |   ECONOMICS   |   ENERGY   |   INVESTMENTS   |   APPOINTMENTS   |   GREEN   |   INFRASTRUCTURE   |   REAL ESTATE   |   AGRIBUSINESS   |   DRIVING   |   CITY LIFE   |   EVENTS   |

Romania and Serbia near completion of the 400 kV transmission line between Resita and Pancevo

Romania's national electricity transmission company announced that it has completed the crossing of the border to Serbia with the 400 kV Resita (Romania) - Pancevo (Serbia) transmission line.

2017-10-27 14:57:17

The connection of the electricity line section in Romania (Resita - RO-SE border) with that in Serbia (Pancevo - the SE-RO border) is due to end on this weekend. Transelectrica states that this is one of the final stages in the realization of the interconnection project on the Romania-Serbia relationship, according to energynomics.

The 400 kV Resita-Pancevo OHL is a project of common interest at European level and it realizes the interconnection with Serbia with the role of strengthening the Romanian national electricity system as well as the South-East European one. The 400 kV Resita-Pancevo OHL will allow the elimination of major congestions in the Romanian and Serbian power systems as well as the increase of the transfer capacity between Romania and Serbia and across the South-Eastern Europe.

"I am glad we have been able to unlock this important project for Transelectrica, in recent months. The works at the Resita-Pancevo line have a high level of complexity and engage specialists from many fields. In the West [of Romania], there is a major project - Mid Continental East Corridor - which contributes crucially to the strategic priorities of the European Union for trans-European energy infrastructure. The Resita - Pancevo line is part of this project, but also of ours, and of the Government's strategy of closing the 400 kV ring", said Corina Popescu, CEO of Transelectrica.



COMMENTS
There are 0 comments:

 
ADD A COMMENT
 
Name
Email
Comment
Validation Code
   
 
 

0 Comments  |  5313 Views
Daily Info
Gas prices in Romania to reach new peak next winter due to soaring oil price, says E.ON

The prices for natural gas will reach new high during the next winter, due to the surge in oil prices, E.ON Romania's CEO Frank Hajdinjak said. cited by Agerpres.

Romanian Energy Awards 2018 - Celebrating Excellence

The Diplomat - Bucharest celebrated the winners of 17 assigned categories for both conventional and renewable energy, within a prestigious event continuing the annual traditio...

David Jordan named new CEO of Policolor-Orgachim group

The board of the Policolor-Orgachim group has announced changes in its top management structure: David Jordan has been named the new CEO of the Group.

Vienna Insurance Group posts growing profit in Q1 2018

Vienna Insurance Group (VIG) reports further improvement in all key figures for the 1st quarter of 2018 compared to the same period in the previous year.

E-Distributie Muntenia to modernise several electricity networks in Bucharest

E-Distributie Muntenia will invest about 6.1 million Euro this year for the modernization of the medium and low voltage grids in Eminescu, Floreasca and Domenii areas in Bucha...

 
 
   
advertising

advertising

advertising

advertising

advertising

More on News
TransferGo: We will come to a point where money transfers will be dominated by app usage

Cash will become obsolete and this will be the result of digital finance advancement, Marius Nedelcu, Country Manager at TransferGo told The Diplomat-Bucharest.

ING Bank Romania to accelerate business development through digitization

Customers are increasingly interacting with the bank through its digital platforms and are making more card payments, according to a report issued by ING Bank Romania.

2 Comments

Iulius Mall: 2017 a good year both for office premises delivery and office demand from companies planning to expand

Compared to the other countries in the region, Romania still has some catching up to do in terms of high quality office spaces that measure up to European standards, Lauren...

Conadi: One opportunity for the residential market is to deliver high-quality projects adapted to buyers' needs

Romania's residential market has started to recover, coming closer to normality and likely to achieve its maturity soon, according to Daniela Barbu, Marketing Communication...

1 Comment

JLL Romania: 80 per cent of buildings under construction built according to international green standards

Stability and sustainability are the words that can describe the Romanian office market in 2017, according to Madalina Marinescu, Office Department consultant JLL Romania....

AFI Europe Romania: Romanian office market was exceptionally successful in 2017

The Romanian office market in 2017 was exceptionally successful, fuelled mainly by increased expansions and new entries in the IT&C, BPO sectors, as Tal Roma, Business Deve...

CW Echinox: Green certifications now a standard on the Romanian real estate market

2017 was a well-performing year for Bucharest's office market, with many new occupiers and expansions, and the delivered projects were rapidly absorbed, leading to a signif...