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Central Asia Regional Electricity Market (CAREM)

Project Strategy meeting on April 22-23, 2019 in Almaty, Kazakhstan
31.05.2019

EKC participation in project Technical Assistance in Support of Central Asia Regional Electricity Market (CAREM)

As a member Tetra Tech ES, Inc.’s team of USAID funded project, EKC participated Project Strategy meeting on April 22-23, 2019 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The main objectives of this 3 year project include support and technical assistance to countries of Central Asia to improve technical conditions of their transmission infrastructure, integrate the operation of all power systems, implement electricity sector reforms and increase the cross-border electricity exchanges.

FutureFlow Project

Second Technical Review Meeting with Project officer Successful
11.04.2019

Second Technical Review Meeting with Project officer Successful

On Thursday, April 11th, the partners of the consortium of the FutureFlow project met in Ljubljana with project officer from the European Commission. The work package leaders presented the progress in the second reporting period.

AAA Solvency Rating

AAA Solvency Rating 2019
05.04.2019

EKC has been awarded AAA solvency rating for the second year in row in Serbia!

AAA solvency rating is awarded to companies whose business results records demonstrate systematic and high quality work.

AAA solvency rated companies are at the top of our Country’s economy. The criteria for awarding AAA rating are rigour and universal for all audited Companies.

FutureFlow Project

08.11.2018

With performance of onsite pilot tests, FutureFlow approaches to its final year (VIDEO)

By performing onsite pilot tests, by shifting outputs of prosumers, FutureFlow project enters the final year.

OSMOSE

OSMOSE Optimal System-Mix Of flexibility Solutions for European electricity
09.03.2018

OSMOSE Optimal System-Mix Of flexibility Solutions for European electricity

EKC and 32 partners are preparing the necessary flexibilities for the electricity system of tomorrow

The integration of a rapidly growing share of non-dispatchable Renewable Energy Sources (RES) like wind and solar into the traditional electricity system will require a significantly increased level of (system) flexibility.

Automated Demand Response

Economic Chamber of Republic of Macedonia November 14th, 2018
16.11.2018

Presentation of the EBRD funded project MEPSO ADR in Economic Chamber of Macedonia

EKC team delivered presentation of the successfully completed project MEPSO Automated Demand Response on November 14th, 2018. The session took place in Economic Chamber of Republic of Macedonia in the presence of representatives from MEPSO, EVN, Ministry of Economy, Regulatory Agency, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, ELEM, Macedonian large industries - direct customers and others.

AAA Creditworthiness Rating

EKC is delighted to announce that our Company has been awarded AAA rating for solvency excellence in Serbia!
02.02.2018

EKC is delighted to announce that our Company has been awarded AAA rating for solvency excellence in Serbia!

AAA solvency rating is awarded to companies whose business results records demonstrate systematic and high quality work.

SECI TSP

SECI Recognition for EKC
31.10.2017

The Last SECI TSP Meeting Under the Patronage of USAID and USEA

The last SECI TSP meeting under the patronage of USAID and USEA was held in Vienna on October 24th, 2017. Since now, in the next two years, SECI TSP will work as a project of ENTSO-E working group CSE (ContinentSouthEast), with possibility to extend this duration.

FutureFlow Project

Future Flow Audit Evaluation
25.09.2017

Succesfull audit of FutureFlow Project, by the European Commission

The consortium of the FutureFlow received excellent audit evaluation implemented by the European Commission at the end of the first third of the project.

FutureFlow Project

Future Flow Project Partners
14.07.2017

FutureFlow Project Focusing on Consumers as Guardians of Power Systems

The FutureFlow project is now fully engaged and is progressing at full speed. The Project is already one-third of the way through. Twelve project partners from eight different countries are dealing with the challenges of a modern power system where consumers, equipped with state-of-the-art devices, are no longer just ordinary consumers, but can also produce electricity. Their potential is to become active players in power system security. Like guardians of the power system, contributing to the most challenging of all TSOs’ balancing services.

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