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|Business sector:||Power and energy|
|Target Board date:||26 July 2011|
|PSD disclosed:||18 Apr 2011|
The EBRD is considering funding a project to finance the purchase of
(1) a coal excavator, conveyor and spreader system for Field C of the Kolubara mining basin,
(2) a spreader system for the Tamnava West field and
(3) a coal management system for the whole of the Kolubara mining operations. The equipment, planned to be purchased if the project gets approval from the EBRD’s Board of Directors, will improve the efficiency of EPS' mining operations at the Kolubara basin and significantly improve the quality and uniformity of the lignite it delivers to its power stations.
It is expected the planned project will contribute to having the following transition impact:
Elektroprivreda Srbije, (EPS), the vertically integrated electricity company of Serbia, owned 100 per cent by the Government of the Republic of Serbia..
The EBRD is considering providing up to €80 million in a sovereign guaranteed loan to EPS along with a parallel loan of €60 million to be provided by KfW.
The project has been categorised A under EBRD’s Environmental and Social Policy. EBRD engaged environmental consultants to review the EIAs for this project and assist EPS in preparing a Non-Technical Summary, an Environmental and Social Action Plan and a Stakeholder Engagement Plan. These documents were publicly disclosed, locally and on the internet in both Serbian and English.
The Project is designed to generate the following main benefits:
Land acquisition and resettlement was substantially completed in 2008 in line with EBRD policy and Serbian legal requirements. An ESAP was agreed with EPS and RB Kolubara. The main measures required by the ESAP are:
The ESAP was updated in March 2012 to reflect progress made by EPS and to align the timetable with the project implementation schedule. The revise ESAP and other project document are available at: Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
There is an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment available for this project.
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Last updated 14 March 2012