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Oct 12, 2022 11:22 EEST
October 12 (SeeNews) - Slovenian energy group GEN-I launched in North Macedonia a 17 MW solar power plant, the biggest in the country, the government said.
The plant, which is located in Azambegovo in the municipality of Sveti Nikole, in the central part of the country, comprises 31,772 solar panels covering a surface area of 300,000 square metres, the government said in a press release on Monday.
It is expected to generate 25,000 MWh of green energy annually, enough to power more than 5,500 homes.
GEN-I won the right to build the power plant in a public tender in 2019, according to information posted on the company's LinkedIn page.
Krsko-based GEN-I operates in more than 20 European countries and has 16 subsidiaries that employ more than 400 people. The company offers services in the trading, sale and purchase of energy products.
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