The municipality of Mali Zvornik has begun preparing the documentation for the construction of a biomass-fueled heating plant. The first steps in the realization of this capital project is to resolve the ownership relations at the parcel where the heating plant is to be built, to prepare the preliminary design and to acquire location requirements for the construction of the facility, malizvornik.info writes.
The plan of the initial activities was defined in late January in Mali Zvornik at the joint meeting between representatives of the municipality and the Public Investment Management Office of the Republic of Serbia, at which possibilities of raising a biomass-fueled heating plan were considered.
The meeting was attended by expert associates of the Public Investment Management Office Djordje Vukovic, Radoje Kremzer and Sinisa Djeric, president of the municipality of Mali Zvornik, Zoran Jevtic, director of the local PUE Drina, Dragan Cikaric and the heating plant's head engineer, Zoran Stankovic, malizvornik.info writes.
The heating plant's capacity should be around 2.4 MW. It has been agreed for woodchips to be its main energy source, whereas an oil or gas furnace has been planned as an additional heating source during peak demand periods.
It was concluded that the construction of the Mali Zvornik heating plant will most probably be financed by KfW, which, as it was said, depends on the investment value of the project, malizvornik.info writes.
The current boiler room in Mali Zvornik is old and has not been able to meet the demands of the users in the town for a long time, making the construction of the heating plant, which will provide more quality and less expensive heating service, a priority.