Coal-Fired Plants in Serbia
Kolubara
Location: Beograd
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: 3 X 32 MW, 1 X 64 MW, 1 X 110 MW
Operation: 1956-1979
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: Steinmuller, Tlmace
T/G supplier: Siemens, Skoda
Quick facts: The site is 40km southeast of Belgrade. Construction on the Kolubara-B plant (2 X 350 MW) was started in 1988 and continued for three years until finally halted at about 40% completion by regional conflict and the termination of World Bank loan agreements. The Tamnava-West lignite field is the proposed fuel source.

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Re-posted 15 Apr 2009

Kostolac-A
Location: Branicevski
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: 1 X 100 MW, 1 X 210 MW CHP
Operation: 1967-1980
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: Barnaul, Podolsk
T/G supplier: LMZ, Electrosila
Quick facts: The Kostolac power plant is near the remains of the Roman town of Viminacium in Stari Kostolac. Cooling water is secured from the Danube River. The plant also supplied heat for the cities of Kostolac and Požarevac.

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Re-posted 15 Apr 2009

Kostolac-B
Location: Branicevski
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: 2 X 349 MW
Operation: 1987-1991
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: Tlmace
T/G supplier: Zamech, Dolmel
EPC: Elektroprjoekt

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Re-posted 15 Apr 2009

Mali Kostolac
Location: Branicevski
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: ??
Operation: 1947
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: ??
T/G supplier: ??
Quick facts: Mining in the Kostolac area started in 1943. The Mali Kostolac power station was partially constructed with equipment relocated from an old power plant in Belgrade.

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Posted 15 Apr 2009

Morava
Location: Moravicki
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: 1 X 125 MW
Operation: 1969
Fuel: brown coal
Boiler supplier: Rafako
T/G supplier: Zamech, Koncar
EPC: Elektroproject
Quick facts: Morava is located on the right bank of the Velika Morava River near the town of Svilajnac. Plant output helps supply Jagodina, Cuprija, Paracin, Petrovac, Bor and Majdanpek.

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Posted 28 Oct 2006

Nikola Tesla-A
Location: Beograd
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: 2 X 210 MW, 4 X 300 MW
Operation: 1970-1979
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: Tlmace
T/G supplier: LMZ, Elektrotjazmas, CEM, Alsthom
EPC: Elektroproject
Quick facts: Nikola Tesla is named after the Serbian-American inventor and researcher who discovered the rotating magnetic field, the basis of most alternating-current machinery. The plantis on the Sava River in Obrenovac, upstream from Belgrade, Yugoslavia and fires lignite from the Kolubara basin.

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Posted 1 Sep 2004

   

Nikola Tesla-B
Location: Beograd
Operator: Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS)
Configuration: 2 X 620 MW
Operation: 1983-1985
Fuel: lignite
Boiler supplier: Sulzer, Rafako
T/G supplier: BBC, CEM
EPC: Elektroproject
Quick facts: These are the largest conventional generating units in the Balkans.

Photograph courtesy of EPS
Posted 31 Mar 2001

Abbreviations

Data: industcards, Platts UDI World Electric Power Plants Data Base

Updated 10-Jul-2016

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