08/04/2014 - Alocating auctions for May 2014

Monthly auction for transmission capacities for May 2014. will be held on 11. April 2014. >>

24/03/2014 - Invitation for tenders

Montenegro, Lastva - Pljevlja Transmission Project
Crnogorski Elektroprenosni Sistem (CGES), the Employer, has applied for a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the Bank) and KfW towards the cost of Lastva - Pljevlja Transmission Project. >>

05/03/2014 - Alocating auctions for April 2014

Monthly auction for transmission capacities for April 2014. will be held on 7. March 2014. >>

28/02/2014 - ENTSO-E Regional Workshop with Stakeholders on “European Ten Year Network Development Plan and Regional Investment Plans 2014”

In preparation for the next release of the Ten-Year Network Development Plan (TYNDP) and the Regional Investment Plans in 2014, ENTSO-E is holding in the Continental South East Region an open Workshop with Stakeholders on the 27th March 2014 in Zagreb. >>

05/02/2014 - Alocating auctions for March 2014

Monthly auction for transmission capacities for March 2014. will be held on 07. February 2014. >>

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Locality: 81 000 Podgorica, Crna Gora
Tel: +382 20 407-682
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About us

The first transmission station was put into operation on 1 July 1957 in Nikšić, whereby the Electric Transmission System of Montenegro began to intensively develop as an integral part of the electric power system of the then SFRY. Montenegrin Electric Transmission System celebrates this date as the Company’s Day. Moreover, the development of the company began some time earlier and followed changes in socio-economic relations up to these days. For getting better insight in 50-year history of our company, we shall now briefly describe each stage of its development.

Background Information >>

Many a time was the company transformed, nevertheless constantly fulfilling its main task of ensuring safe operation and development of the Electric Transmission System of Montenegro. Subsequently, complying with the requirements for electricity market liberalization and EU regulations on division between market and monopoly activities and taking into account a need for improving economic efficiency, the Shareholders’ Assembly of EPCG made the Decision on Establishment of a New Joint Stock Company ‘Prenos’ in March 2009.
J.S.C. ‘Prenos’ ensured fulfillment of its main task, which is implementation of electricity transmission to such an extent as to ensure safe supply of the Montenegrin customers. After putting the transformer station in Nikšić into operation up to these days, the Electric Transmission System of Montenegro has developed in a modern system firmly connected with neighboring systems. Three hundred and twenty five employees take care of its operation, maintenance, and development.
Pursuant to the Decision made by the Shareholders’ Assembly, the company changed its name into ‘Crnogorski elektroprenosni sistem’ - CGES AD (Montenegrin Electric Transmission System J.S.C.).
In the next five-year period, CGES AD will pursue a comprehensively challenging investment plan. Implementation of the planned investments in the Electric Transmission System of Montenegro throughout the whole country and a link with Italy, which is one of the biggest projects in the company’s history together with a link to Serbia, will not only enable consolidation of the Transmission System of Montenegro in such a way as to improve its operational reliability and create conditions for the development of future generation within Montenegro eliminating possible bottlenecks in the development of the coastal areas, but will also enable Montenegro to become a significant power node in the region, firmly integrated in the future regional electricity market.