Gas power plants – the fastest solution for the winter power problems in Serbia

Gas power plants – the fastest solution for the winter power problems in Serbia

Date: February 10th 2012

Author: Dragan Obradović, Belgrade

Category: Commentary

Topic: Natural gas , Energy policy , Heating

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