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Nov 07, 2017 11:49 EEST
November 7 (SeeNews) - Croatian Split-Dalmatia County has cancelled a plan to build a gas-fired power plant at Peruca Lake, opting instead to focus on renewable energy, local media reported on Tuesday.
The project was cancelled by the county assembly after it drew fire from politicians and NGOs due to environmental concerns, news portal Vecernji.hr reported.
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According to experts present at the session, the thermal power plant would not have a significant impact on the health of the people living in the area, Vecernji.hr said. Others, however, argued that TPP would pollute the area, including drinking water in the area.
Lake Peruca, the second largest artificial lake in Croatia, is located in inland Dalmatia.
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