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Feb 12, 2024 17:53 EEST
February 12 (SeeNews) - Croatian electricity producer Kozjak Energy plans to build a solar power plant with a total installed capacity of 13.72 MW in the Split-Dalmatia county, the economy ministry said.
The company has submitted a request for making an environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the project, the ministry said in a statement.
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The plant will be built on a land plot of 63,632 square metres in the town of Kastela, in the municipality of Klis.
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