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Dec 01, 2023 11:43 EEST
December 1 (SeeNews) - Montenegro’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it has received a request from local company Green Energy Provider to conduct an environmental impact assessment (EIA) of a project for the construction of a 80 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant.
The project, to be developed in the southern municipality of Niksic, will feature 181,818 monocrystalline half-cell panels, spanning a total of 108,000 hectares, according to project documentation published by EPA last week.
The PV plant is expected to produce 148,000 GWh of electricity per year.
According to the Montenegrin business registry, Green Energy Provider is owned by private individuals Arkadiusz Szczepanski and Marius Szymanski, who control 45% of its equity capital each, and Aleksandar Dundjer, who owns the remaining 10%. The company was established in January 2023.
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