Energy Regulatory Office: Elektrosever has not met any criteria
Elektrosever, a Serbian company licensed to supply the north of Kosovo with electricity, has not yet met the conditions set out by the roadmap for the Energy Agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, mediated by the European Union.
Although there are less than three weeks left, Kosovo’s Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) told the news website that based on the information they have, “none of the defined criteria has been met”. The energy agreement provides that the residents in the north of Kosovo will pay for the electricity they use starting in autumn this year – for the first time in over two decades. RFE also asked Elektrosever about the implementation of the criteria of the agreement, but it received no response.