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Feb 12, 2024 16:05 EEST
February 12 (SeeNews) - Turkish renewable energy producer Fortis Energy said on Monday that it has launched a 3 MW biogas power plant in the village of Dolovo, located in Serbia's northern province of Vojvodina.
The facility's three motors are expected to generate more than 28 million KWh of electricity annually, which is enough to power 12,000 homes, Fortis Energy said in a post on its LinkedIn profile.
The plant will prevent the emission of 20 million kilogrammes of CO2 equivalent from fossil fuels.
Last month, Fortis Energy said it is developing solar, wind, biogas, and green hydrogen energy projects with a total capacity of up to 2 GW in the Balkan region.
Fortis Energy is owned by Istanbul-based UCK Holding, which focuses on renewable and clean energy investments. It operates in Turkey, the Netherlands, and the Balkans, and focuses on solar, wind, biogas, geothermal, and green hydrogen investments.
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