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Jun 02, 2023 12:21 EEST
June 2 (SeeNews) - Croatia's Solida group said on Friday that it started the construction of a 10 million euro ($11 million) agrisolar power plant with an installed capacity of 5 MW/p, the country’s first, with projects for another 200 MW of the same type in the pipeline.
The construction works for the plant in Ivanec, in the north of the country, are expected to be completed in the middle of next year, the company said in a press release. On a land plot of more than 20 hectare, Solida group is going to breed 200 sheep, it added.
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Close by, in the village of Ribic Breg, it plans to build another agrisolar power plant, with a capacity of 30 MW/p on a 60 hectare land plot.
Solida already has a network of some 30 solar power plants in northern Croatia.
($ = 0.929 euro)
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