1991 – The Serbian Government establishes state-owned electricity company Javno Preduzece Elektroprivreda Srbije Sa Potpunom Odgovornoscu (JP EPS SA PO), based in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
June 1999 – Javno Preduzece Elektroprivreda Srbije Sa Potpunom Odgovornoscu gives up the control of its subsidiaries in Kosovo and Metohija, which fall under the jurisdiction of the international institutions.
Jan 27, 2005 – Under the Energy Law, Serbia's government approves the unbundling of the activities of JP EPS SA PO in two separate state-owned companies.
June 2005 – JP EPS SA PO transfers the assets of its electricity distribution subsidiary Javno Preduzece Elektroistok to newly-formed Javno Preduzece Elektromreza Srbije.
July 1, 2005 – The government sets up state-owned company Javno Preduzece Elektroprivreda Srbije (JP EPS), with a subscribed capital of RSD 358.3 bln. It takes over the electricity generation, distribution and sale, whereas Javno Preduzece Elektromreza Srbije manages the electricity transmission activities.
Jan 1, 2006 – JP EPS incorporates, as subsidiaries, 21 state-owned companies in electricity sector, which are later reorganised into 11 limited liability companies.
March 2015 - The Serbian government announces its plans to transform JP EPS into a joint stock company by July 2016. As a part of its restructuring, JP EPS will be divided into power production, distribution and supply units by July 1, 2015.
July 1, 2015 - JP EPS takes over the following local companies: Hidroelektrane Djerdap DOO, Drinsko-Limske Hidroelektrane DOO, EPS Obnovjivi Izvori DOO, Termoelektrane Nikola Tesla DOO, Termoelektrane i Kopovi Kostolac DOO, and Panonske Termoelektrane-Toplane DOO.
June 1, 2016 - JP EPS takes over its electricity supply unit EPS Snabdevanje DOO, which ceases to exist as a separate legal entity.
Last updated on Nov 22, 2019.