Croatian village wants to stay connected to Slovenian grid

Karlovac – A Croatian village on the Slovenian-Croatian border in the south-east, the last Croatian village that has remained connected to the Slovenian grid after the break-up of Yugoslavia, refuses to switch to Croatian electricity. After being informed that all required infrastructure had finally been set up to enable the switch, all 143 villagers of Pravutina on the Croatian side of the Kolpa river near Črnomelj said they refuse to give up Slovenian electricity, Croatian media have reported. Out of the dozen substations in Croatia that used to be connected…

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