Croatia's HEP plans new solar plants with total capacity of 350 MW by 2030

09/04/2019 08:47 Solar

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Croatian state-owned power utility Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP) plans new photovoltaic plants with a combined capacity of 350 MW by 2030, as in the next five years alone it will invest 750 million kuna ($113.7 million/100 million euro) in solar capacity, it said on Monday.

As part of its investment plan, HEP will launch the construction of four solar power plants - Kastelir, Cres, Vis and Vrlika Jug - with a total capacity of 11.6 MW and a combined value of 80 million kuna by the end of 2019.

 

The construction of solar power plant Vis will start this month. This project was taken over by HEP in December from local company Koncar OIE.

 

A HEP unit - HEP Proizvodnja - will build the Vrlika Jug solar power plant in the second half of 2019.

 

HEP has also signed a purchase agreement for the existing solar power plant Sabadin, soon to be renamed to Kastelir, in the northern Adriatic.

Source: seenews.com

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