|Key people||Aleksandar Obradović (CEO)|
|Revenue||€1.674 billion (2012)|
|Net income||€0 (2012)|
|Total assets||€9.446 billion (2012)|
|Total equity||€6.867 billion (2012)|
|Owner(s)||Government of Serbia (100%)|
The company has an installed capacity of 8,379 MW and generates 38.9 TWh of electricity per year. Its installed capacity in lignite-fired thermal power plant is 5,171 MW, gas-fired and liquid fuel-fired combined heat and power plants is 353 MW, wind power is 20 MW (currently being expanded to produce a total of 320 MW), and hydro power plants is 2,835 MW.
In 2005, the electric power transmission division of EPS was split from the company and established as its own public enterprise, Elektromreža Srbije (EMS). Since 2007, EPS has prepared plans for the construction of new power plants and the expansion of existing plants to increase generating capacity and meet growing consumption demand. In 2011, company's total assets and the equity increased for nearly 100 percent.
According to the consolidated annual report in 2012, total assets of this company dropped from €12.049 billion to €9.446 billion, and the total company's equity dropped from €8.909 billion to €6.867 billion, with the negative net income of about 103.3 million euros.
EPS currently holds a monopoly on the electricity market in Serbia, however since January 1, 2013, the market has been open to other companies. The market is expected to be completely liberalized in the coming years.
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