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NIS produces electrical and thermal energy from traditional and renewable resources.
Since 2013 NIS has put into operation, on oil and gas fields, at eight locations in Serbia, mini power plants with a maximum power of 14.5 MWe.
The environmental advantage of using these mini power plants is production of electrical and thermal energy from gas, which previously has not been used due to its high content of carbon dioxide and nitrogen, or because it could not be valorised due to the lack of gas infrastructure. NIS is also developing the electricity trade, and in addition to the Serbian market, it is present in the markets of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Romania, Slovenia and Hungary, and trades on the border with FYR Macedonia.
In 2022, CCPP Pancevo, the first gas-steam power plant in Serbia, was put into operation, intended for the combined production of electricity and heat based on natural gas as a more environmentally friendly fuel. This project was implemented by NIS in cooperation with the company “Gasprom energoholding”.