Kelag Invests € 60m in Kosovo
The Austrian regional energy supplier celebrated the ground-breaking ceremony of a major power plant in Kosovo this week. Investments will total € 60m.
Until 2015, the Carinthian energy company plans investments of € 60m in the Western Balkan state. At the moment, Kelag operates a power plant. Two other hydro power plants are being planned. On Tuesday, Kelag layed the cornerstore for a hydro power plant, which is located near the monastery of Decan.
Carinthia´s governor Gerhard Dörfler and Kosovo´s Prime Minister Hashim Thaci participated at the ground-breaking ceremony.