April 2013
Macedonian Business Monthly;Apr2013, Issue 129, p10
Academic Journal
The article reports on the state of power production in Macedonia, which is strengthened by the rain. It mentions the decline in both power consumption and imports in the country. It says that hydroelectric power plants are likely to generate the projected amount of electricity for 2013 with plenty of water to help the operations during the summer. A map of Macedonia with information on electricity transmission in the country is also presented.


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