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The government has adopted the Long-Term Strategic Plan of ELES d.o.o., electric power transmission network system operator for 2021 to 2025

The Slovenian government at its 59th meeting on 24th of February 2021 as the general meeting of the company, in accordance with the Act on the Establishment of the Public Enterprise ELES, d.o.o. adopted the Long-Term Strategic Plan for 2021 to 2025.

Based on previous experience and the evaluations of future happenings in the Slovenian society, as well as the Slovenian and EU power sector, these are the principal strategic orientations for 2021-2025:

  1. Respecting target values, employees performing in accordance with the Code of Conduct and the Corporate Integrity Guidelines, the goal being to achieve a suitable level of business excellence.
  2. Investments towards a sustainability strategy.
  3. Investment and maintenance activities based on the philosophy of an asset based management system.
  4. Alongside comprehensive supervision of the 400 and 220 kV transmission network to also take over the comprehensive supervision of the entire looped 110 kV transmission network in the Republic of Slovenia. 
  5. Procuring ancillary services at comparable prices from the neighbouring Transmission System Operators. In view of new technologies, based on technical and economic criteria, to transition to ensuring a larger part of power from diffuse sources (OVE production sources, battery systems).
  6. Operating within a set regulatory framework, ensuring profit for the owner based on the regulatory methodology.

This is the third Long-Term Strategic Plan, the previous two were concerned with the time periods from 2011-2015 and 2016-2020. Strategic goals during 2011 to 2020 were realised with a cumulative rate over 90%.

From 2021 to 2025 ELES will bring to fruition most of the investments and by doing so ensure the operation of the electric power transmission network system also in the case of introducing diffused production units with renewable sources and will also directly connect the Slovenian electric power transmission network system with that of Hungary.