Decision on the construction of CHP Kolubara B was initially made in 1984. Construction of CHP Kolubara B (2x350 MW) and related coal mine Tamnava-Zapadno polje represented the most significant investment project of the Electric Power Industry of Serbia in the early 80’s of the last century. During the following years all relevant technical documentation was assembled, contracts with equipment manufactures signed and the construction had commenced. Due to financial difficulties, construction was suspended in 1990. In 1996, EPS has decided to reactivate the project, primarily with respect to preparation of planning and technical documentation, analyses and estimates related to the continued construction.
In 2018, the Joint Venture Energoprojekt ENTEL – AF Consult has won a contract for conducting comprehensive consulting and design services addressing completion of TPP Kolubara B construction. Construction of only one 350 MW unit is planned, producing electricity only, while initially envisaged combined heat and power production has been decided not to be carried through.
Consultancy services include several stages:
Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS)