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Enemalta to start generating electricity from Montenegro

By the end of this year Enemalta’s energy project in Montenegro will start operating and generating electricity through wind turbines.

This was stated by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat when he attended the European Union summit for Western Balkan countries, among them Montenegro, a country aspiring to join the European Union in 2025.

Dr Muscat stated that through this project, Enemalta – formerly a bankrupt company – not only got back on its feet and changed electricity generation to gas, but also entered the renewable energy sector.

 

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