Elektro Krajina, established in 1947, is one of the five power distribution companies in Bosnia's Serb Republic, which are all subsidiaries of the region's main power utility Elektroprivreda RS.
It is the main distributor of electricity in the 8,601 kilometres Krajina region of the autonomous republic, which makes up post-war Bosnia together with the Muslim-Croat Federation.
The utility supplies power to 16 municipalities and the total number of its consumers is around 200,600.
Average annual consumption in the 660,000 region stands at 938.709 GWh.
Elektro Krajina operates 3,154 transformer stations.
Post-war Bosnia has three ethnically-based power companies.
Elektroprivreda RS, which is based in the town of Trebinje in Bosnia's Serb Republic, sells electricity mainly in the Serb republic and also exports to neighbouring Croatia and Montenegro.
The other two, Sarajevo-based Elektroprivreda BiH and the Mostar-headquartered Elektroprivreda Herceg Bosna, belong to the Muslim-Croat federation.
The power systems of the two regions were reunited in 2004 after being divided for more than a decade due to the 1992-95 civil war.
Ulica Kralja Petra I Karadjordjevica Broj 95 Str.
Banja Luka; Banja Luka; Postal Code: 78000
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