Serbia’s Rudnap, a company that exported significant quantities of energy from Romania to Serbia in 2010-2011, has terminated its activity on the energy market and has asked the National Energy Regulation Authority (ANRE) to cancel its energy supplier license, Mediafax informs. Rudnap bought energy from Electrica in 2010, energy that it then exported. The contract was won directly, without tender. Electrica in turn bought the energy it sold to the Serbian company from state-owned Hidroelectrica, Nuclearelectrica and the Turceni and Rovinari thermal power plants, through the Economy Ministry. Rudnap’s turnover in Romania grew from EUR 76 M in 2010 to EUR 135 M in 2011.
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