ESM’s Kovachevski: AD ESM in 2022 faced the challenge of managing the electricity and heat crises


In 2022, we have increased production by 27 percent compared to the previous year. The plan for 2023 is to increase electricity production by about 20 percent compared to last year. We manage to put into operation all the domestic production capacities of electricity, thereby reducing the dependence on the purchase of expensive electricity.

Domestic production is the most affordable and that is why we are increasing it. In addition, in times of crisis we significantly reduce production costs and non-productive costs. Thus, we manage to keep the price of electricity lower for citizens and small businesses, said the director of AD ESM Vasko Kovachevski on Monday.

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