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14 Mar 2017

Montenegro: Air pollution by Pljevlja lignite power plant leads to respiratory damage for locals, show NGO monitoring results; includes company’s comments

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Electric Enterprise AD Niksic (EPCG) to respond to concerns raised in the report below and the following questions:

  • What steps is your company taking to avoid harm to human rights (such as impacts on health) from operation of its power stations?
  • Does your company have a plan to reduce or eliminate emissions from coal plants?

The response is provided.