Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash Visits Termokos

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    MCC COO Jonathan Nash walks with Termokos Chief Executive Officer Naser Canolli while touring the heating company in Pristina. MCC’s Kosovo Threshold Program will support the Government of Kosovo’s efforts to lower energy costs for households and businesses.

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    MCC COO Jonathan Nash hears from Termokos CEO Naser Canolli and staff during his tour of the heating company in Pristina.

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    MCC COO Jonathan Nash talks with Termokos CEO Naser Canolli during a tour of the heating company.

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    MCC COO Jonathan Nash meets with Termokos project leaders and CEO Naser Canolli during a tour of the heating company.

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    MCC COO Jonathan Nash, Termokos CEO Naser Canolli, and Millennium Foundation Kosovo National Coordinator Petrit Selimi discuss Termokos’ participation in Kosovo’s $49 million Threshold Program.

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    A control panel at public heating company Termokos in Pristina. MCC’s Kosovo Threshold Program will support the company in pursuing greater efficiency and potential savings by switching to a consumption-based metering system.

On his visit to Kosovo to launch MCC’s $49 million threshold program, MCC Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Nash visited Termokos, a public heating company in Pristina. The threshold program will support the company in pursuing greater efficiency and potential savings by switching to a consumption-based metering system.

The program supports the Government of Kosovo’s efforts to lower energy costs for households and businesses and improve transparency and accountability.