January 26 (SeeNews) - Serbian company Rumina plans to build a 100kW hydroelectric power plant in the southern municipality of Trstenik, local authorities said.
The plant will be built in two phases and will have an estimated annual output of 23,756 GWh, according to project documents posted on the Trstenik municipality website last week.
Rumina did not respond to a SeeNews email seeking information on the volume of the planned investment by the time this article was published and a Trstenik municipal official declined to comment.
According to the Serbian business registry, Belgrade-based Rumina is owned by six separate entities. Slovenian-based Dhimahi owns 21.7% of its capital and Hidroing owns 6.7%, whilst private individuals Tatjana Cibic, Vladimir Kercan and Vojko Kercan own the remainder.
The company was founded in November 2019 with a capital of 1,000 dinars ($9.30/8.50 euro).
(1 euro = 117.354 dinars)