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May 11, 2023 12:18 EEST
May 11 (SeeNews) - Spanish renewable energy company Acciona Energia plans to build the largest solar power plant in Croatia so far, the 150 MW Promina, worth an estimated 100 million euro ($110 million), local media reported.
After two year of waiting, Acciona Energia expects to be granted soon an approval for energy generation for the solar plant that will be built on state-owned land in the Sibenik-Knin country, the Jutarni List daily reported on Tuesday.
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By the time this story was published, Acciona Energia has not responded to an email by SeeNews seeking further technical and financial details of the project.
The head of the Croatian unit of Acciona Energia, Aljosa Pleic, told SeeNews earlier this year that the construction of the Promina solar plant is awaiting the green light for production of electricity and that Acciona Energia will start building the wind farms Opor (27 MW) and Boraja II (45 MW) in the second half of this year.
Acciona Energia said last year the two wind farms would entail an investment of nearly 100 million euro. The wind farms will be constructed at the Split-Dalmacia and Sibenik-Knin regions in southern Croatia, and will join the 30MW Jelinak wind farm complex in the Split-Dalmatia region that Acciona Energía has been operating since 2013.
($ = 0.911 euro)
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