Board of Directors is a governing and managing corporate body whose decisions are implemented by the Executive director, the Company’s Secretary and directors of functional units.
Board of directors is a collective body composed of seven members and managed by chairman. Members of the Board of Directors are elected by the Shareholders’ meeting, while its tasks and duties are defined by the Statute of EPCG.
Members of existing Board of Directors are as follows:
Chairman of the Board of Directors
He was born on in 1962, in Nikšić where he completed primary and secondary school. He studied at the Faculty of Economics in Podgorica where he graduated in 1987.
His first employment was in Economic – Financial Sector of Rudnik boksita AD Nikšić (Bauxite Mine), in Department of Economics, after which he was deployed to the position of Finance Director of Rudnik boksita. In the period 2010 – 2013, he performed the function of Director of the branch of Prva Banka in Nikšić. From July 2013 to February 2017 he served as Vice President of the Municipality of Nikšić and Secretary of the Secretariat for Finance, Development and Entrepreneurship. Since March 2017 he has been the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Elektroprivreda Crne Gore AD Nikšić, and since August 2017 he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the First Bank of Montenegro. He is married and has two children.
He was born in Nikšić in 1949. He graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Sarajevo in 1972. He got his master's degree in Belgrade in 1979, and doctoral degree at the University of Birmingham (UK), in 1983.
He published a number of scientific works in international magazines and conferences. In June 1984 he was chosen as an assistant professor on University of Montenegro and from 1984 to 1989 he was chose as a part time professor on Teachers faculty in Niksic and on Faculty of Metallurgy in Podgorica.
He worked in the Steel Plant in Nikšić from August 1972, and was the director of the Steel Plant Nikšić from 1989 by the end of 1992.
After that, he worked abroad from 1993 until 2004, in Siemens Metals Technology (Europe, Asia, South America), in the capacity of a steel industry expert for development projects.
He was the ambassador of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro in the period 2004-2006, as well as the ambassador of Montenegro to Slovenia in the period 2008-2012. Since December of 2012 to December of 2016, he was an adviser for energy and industrial development to the Prime Minister.
He is the winner of the award '18. decembar' (1987) for scientific research work in the field of ferrous metallurgy and the award '13. jul' (1988) for the results achieved in the economy.
Nikola Vujović was born in Cetinje in 1990, where he completed elementary school and gymnasium. He acquired the Bachelor’s Degree at the Faculty for International Economics, Finance and Business, University of Donja Gorica in Podgorica, by finishing the topic: ‘Economic regulation in power engineering’. The specialist academic studies were completed by him at the same faculty, where he did his thesis: 'Feed-in tariffs as a mechanism for stimulating renewable energy sources in EU'.
Since October 2017 he has served as the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Economy, the Government of Montenegro. Following establishment of Berza električne energije D.O.O. (Montenegrin Power Exchange LLC), he was appointed the chairman of the Board of Directors of this company. From August 2018 until February 2020 he was the member of the Board of Directors of Rudnik uglja AD Pljevlja (Pljevlja Coal Mine Inc.)
Nikola Vujović also worked in Crnogorski operator tržišne energije (Montenegro Electricity Market Operator), tasked, inter alia, with monitoring implementation of regulatory allowed revenues, development of projections of revenues and operating costs and development of the documents required for the process of setting regulatory allowed revenues.
He participated in the development of the Energy Law, by-laws governing the area of power engineering as well as in setting regulatory allowed revenues and remuneration for the Market Operator.
He was born on 1991 in Pljevlja where he completed primary and secondary school. He studied at the Faculty for Energetics in Velenje, the Republic of Slovenia. He graduated in 2012. Currently, he is graduate student of the master 's programme at the Faculty for Energetics in Velenje.
His work engagement started in the Republic of Slovenia, in the Generation Department of ‘Gorenje-Velenje d.o.o.'. Upon his return to Montenegro, he was member of the Central Maintenance Department in ‘Vektra Jakić’ in the period 2014 - 2015.
From March 2016 to July 2017, he worked in in the Secretariat for Housing - Communal, Traffic and Water Affairs of Pljevlja Municipality, in the form of studies, tasked with developing the studies and collecting all the information necessary for development of plans on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources.
Since August 2017, he has been working in the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism - Directorate of Public Works.
He was born in Podgorica on August 27, 1979. He completed elementary school and high school of electrical engineering in Podgorica. Winner of Luča diploma for success achieved during elementary and high school. While educating in high school of electrical engineering ‘Vaso Aligrudić’ in Podgorica he won the best student award three times. He is winner of the award given in 1998 by the Municipality of Podgorica to the best students of high schools from Podgorica.
In 1998, he enrolled the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Podgorica, University of Montenegro, course: energetics. He graduated on November 1, 2002 with diploma paper titled ‘Switching Overvoltages’, with grade 10 and an average grade 9.79 achieved during the studies. He got a scholarship provided by the Government of the Republic of Montenegro during regular studies, awarded to talented students and pupils. He won the prize awarded by the University of Montenegro for success achieved during the studies, which prize is awarded to the best student of the University in the area of engineering, mathematical and medical sciences in 2003.
In 2002 he enrolled postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Podgorica, course: electrical-energy systems, and completed it with an average grade 10. On June 6, 2005 he defended its Master Thesis titled: ‘Selection of surge arresters taking into account the impact of temporary overvoltage in the electric-energy system’.
On March 8, 2011 he defended the Ph. D. titled ‘Optimization of the protection system from atmospheric discharge in low-voltage electrical installations’ at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Podgorica.
Since 2003 he has been employed at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Podgorica, as an assistant lecturer and assistant professor. He is an associate professor in the area of electrical power engineering since January 2017, for the following subjects: power plants, high-voltage switchyards, high-voltage technique and fundamentals of electrical power engineering.
Author and co-author of more than 60 scientific and expert papers in renowned international and domestic magazines and conferences. He participated in development of many main and preliminary designs in the area of high-voltage networks and switchyards, as well as of connections of alternative sources of energy to the network.
He is member of several international and domestic organizations and associations: IEEE - Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, CIGRE - Conseil International des Grands Reseaux Hectrtques, Centre for young scientists of the Montenegrin Academy of Sciences and Arts, ISME/TK E 006 of the Institute for Standardization of Montenegro.
He is a reviewer of respectable international magazines: IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery and IET Generation, Transmission and Distribution.
Areas of professional interest: power plants, high-voltage switchyards, high-voltage technique, projecting and modelling of the elements of electric-power systems with help of computers.
He was born in Nikšić. He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Podgorica, where he passed the Bar Exam. His first employment was in the Public Attorney’s Office Nikšić in 1994, and two years later he was elected Municipal Public Attorney. In 1998 he was elected Secretary of the Local Parliament of Nikšić, and in 2004 he was appointed Secretary of Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Montenegro.
One year after restoration of independence of Montenegro, he was appointed Secretary of Ministry of Justice of Montenegro. In 2009, he was appointed Advisor for Legal Affairs to the Prime Minister of Montenegro in the Cabinet of the PM Milo Đukanović, and a year later he was employed in the cabinet of PM Igor Lukšić as the Advisor for Regulatory Reform and Legal Affairs. In December 2012, he was re-elected Advisor for Legal Affairs to the Prime Minister in the Cabinet of PM Milo Đukanović. In the period from June 2016 until June 2017, he was ad int. Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Miloš Konatar was born in Bijelo Polje in 1975. He graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, major - energetics.
His first employment was in the Aluminium Plant Podgorica in 2001, as an engineer for the maintenance in the plant departments Smelting, Anodes and Foundry, and then an engineer for the joint maintenance. He moved to Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (Montenegrin Electric Enterprise) in July of 2003. He was an engineer for the maintenance of power lines in Elektroprenos (Electricity Transmission of Montenegro). Once the FU Supply was established in 2005, he was appointed as the head of OU Supply in Bijelo Polje. Four years later he was appointed as the manager for Bijelo Polje Distribution Centre, FU Distribution. He also worked as the Site Manager for the northern region while implementing the AMM Project, Phase II (installation of the remote metering). Following cancellation of Distribution Centres and establishment of the region in FU Distribution in June of 2015, he was appointed as the manager for the Region 6 (Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac and Kolašin). Upon unbundling of FU Distribution from EPCG in its capacity of a parent company and upon establishment of D.O.O. CEDIS in 2017, he was appointed as the head for the maintenance for the Region 6 in the Sector for Maintenance. He participated in preparation, construction and reconstruction of numerous electric power facilities in Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac and Kolašin. Since 2019, he has also been tasked with performing activities of an acting coordinator for the regional development as well as with implementing large projects in the Directorate for Development in CEDIS. He is member of the Engineers Chamber of Montenegro.
He was a councilman in two terms in the Municipal Assembly of Bijelo Polje. He participated in development of several municipal documents - Local Energy Plan, Strategic Development Plan, Spatial Plan etc.