Construction of 50 MW Solar Power Plant Mali Izvor Planned Near Zajecar

Source: eKapija Monday, 17.01.2022. 14:24
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The City of Zajecar has put the detailed regulation plan for the construction of a solar photovoltaic power plant in the cadaster municipality of Mali Izvor up for an early public review.

The project was commissioned by Energy Network d.o.o. from Belgrade, and the plan was prepared by Projektura from Belgrade.

According to the plan, the solar power plant will be built on around 76 ha, east of the populated area Mali Izvor, and the existing purpose of the area planned for the construction is mostly agricultural land.

The power plant will have a power of around 50 MW.

Several groups of solar panels, solar fields, are planned within this solar power plant. They are interconnected through internal routes and the accompanying infrastructure in the function of the power plant.

The individual power of the solar panels will be defined during the technical development of the project, according to the document.

Also, the plan is to build a 110 kV powerline in the function of the solar power plant Mali Izvor.

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