05 March 2012

Energy Emergency ends, Skopje lit up again

The energy crisis state commission concluded Tuesday there is no need to extend the energy crisis states beyond February 29, whereas EVN Macedonia should launch a procedure of restoring public lighting back to normal, said commission chair and Macedonian Power Plants (ELEM) director Vlatko Cingoski at Tuesday's press conference.
He said that 6,000MWh of electricity were saved in public lighting and illuminating ads since the introduction of the measure a couple of weeks ago.
"Macedonia's energy system has been stable over the past fortnight, energy transit was normal, no restrictions were introduced for consumers", said Cingoski, adding the commission's recommendations would be forwarded to the Government.
However, he added, citizens should continue to use electricity in a rational way, especially with regards to heating.

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