In order to strengthen our competitive position on the regional market, we establish quality partnerships with companies in the Western Balkans region, but also provide the necessary corporate and personal licenses for the provision of our services.
In addition to having the necessary licenses for the provision of design and supervision services on projects of power lines and substations with a voltage of 110kV and above, as well as facilities for the production of electricity with a power of over 10MW in North Macedonia, we have secured the appropriate licenses in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Republika Srpska).
Namely, since June of this year, we have the license “for the revision of technical documentation for facilities for which the construction permit is issued by the Ministry of Spatial Planning, Construction and Ecology (R.Srpska), namely 1. structural part and 2. electrical part – installations of high voltage lines and substations“.
In Serbia we continue to maintain licenses no. P061E1, P062E1, P190E1, P203G1, I061E1, I062E1.
Soon after the Pre-Feasibility Study related to this strategic project was finalized, the next stage was initiated – Feasibility Study and ESIA for new 400/110 kV substation Belgrade West, 400kV OHL substation Belgrade West – switching station Čibuk 1, and 400 kV OHL Serbia – Romania.
As with the previous assignment, the beneficiary of the study is the Serbian Transmission System Operator Elektromreža Srbije JSC (EMS) and the project is implemented by IPF7 Consortium lead by Hill International. The grant is provided by the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF). The IFI is German Development Bank (KfW). Our E&E team is again responsible for the project management and technical (overhead lines and substation) component.
This time though, the assignment consists of two Components:
The Feasibility Study shall further assess and analyse the previously selected project option and help bring the project closer to the implementation phase, considering it is a project positioned very high on the priority list of EMS.
The assignment shall be completed in the third quarter of 2022.
It’s been 70 years since the founding of the National Committee of the International Council on Large Electric Systems CIGRE in Serbia. The 35th Conference was held from October 3rd to October 8th, 2021 on Zlatibor, a famous tourist destination in Serbia.
We had the honor and pleasure to be sponsors of the opening ceremony and to present two paperwork at the conference: Impact of audible noise due to corona effect on design of overhead lines (Mihailo Antonijević, Miloš Golubović) and Application of publicly available geodetic data in the early stages of high-voltage transmission line design dalekovoda (Jelena Jonić, Uroš Radosavljević, Miloš Golubović).
Miloš Golubović participated as a panelist at the MEF Energy Forum 2021 in Skopje.
The MEF Energy Forum 2021 (mef.mk) was held on 13 and 14 September 2021. The forum was attended by numerous representatives of governments in the region, including Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, as well as representatives of local governments, embassies to Northern Macedonia, numerous private and public companies in the energy sector, investors from all over Europe, European Union institutions, etc.
General Manager of E&E represented our partner Hill International Inc. at Panel 5: Future Development of Renewable Energy Sources in the Region. At the panel, he discussed especially about the importance of strategic investments in transmission network infrastructure for successful development of large scale renewable energy projects.
On 06 September 2021, a new company ELEM & ELGO SWEDEN AB has been registered in Sweden, with the 100% founding capital by ELEM & ELGO d.o.o. Belgrade. The objective of the establishment of the new company is development of our business activities in Sweden and intensified presence at the Swedish market. We hope to grow our new company in the same way we are doing in Serbia, following our business principles and positive business culture and, at the same time, applying the positive business practice of the Swedish market.
It is a great honor and pleasure to support our young and talented colleagues from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade University.
In the finals of the world’s largest university competition in the field of energy efficient solutions “International Future Energy Challenge 2020” held at the University of Aalborg (Kingdom of Denmark), the ETF’s H-Bridges team won second place and “The Outstanding Performance Award”.
In July 2020, a development of new strategic project for the Serbian transmission system commenced by initiation of the Pre-Feasibility Study. The beneficiary of the study is the Serbian Transmission System Operator Elektromreža Srbije JSC (EMS) and the project is implemented by IPF7 Consortium lead by Hill International. The grant is provided by the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF). The IFI is German Development Bank (KfW). Our E&E team is responsible for the project management and technical (overhead lines and substation) component.
The subject assignment is focused on the assessment of the following planned transmission infrastructure developments, being a part of the North CSE Corridor Project:
These components are clustered together in the North CSE Corridor Project, considering that they represent significant bottlenecks or missing links on the major 400kV corridor from eastern Romania to the Belgrade region in Serbia.
Among other potential benefits of the project, its implementation should significantly reduce current congestions in the regions of Belgrade and South Banat and enable future connections of RES (renewable energy sources), especially wind farms in the region of South Banat.
It is planned that the Pre-Feasibility Study, together with the Conceptual Design of overhead lines and substation and Preliminary ESIA Study would be completed by May 2021.
We are pleased to be a part of such an important project and assist in its successful development.
Changed working conditions in our company, due to extraordinary circumstances, have made the job difficult, but not impossible.
We praise everyone for the effort!
On 24.03.2020 we signed a contract for Consulting Services related to Grid Connection of future WF Bašaid to Serbian transmission network with Bašaid Wind d.o.o. Belgrade. With our colleagues from Global Substation Solutions d.o.o., we will assist the client in the initial phase of the project development, including selection of 110kV overhead line corridor, layout of 110kV switchyard, preparation of conceptual design, assistance during the preparation of spatial documentation, preparation of conceptual design and design for construction permit and assistance in the permitting process.
We started our first project in Sweden. Engineers of ELEM & ELGO will be a part of the team of Vattenfall Services and ASTM AB to provide consultancy services during the works on construction of 400kV OHL Snösätra – Ekudden.
The end client is SVENSKA KRAFTNÄT and contractor Dalekovod Zagreb.