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NewsInterest in the development of energy facilities in Montenegro doesn’t stop

Interest in the development of energy facilities in Montenegro doesn’t stop

Interest in the development of energy facilities in Montenegro is not abating, so two more companies, Unipan Green and TM Invest, both from Podgorica, have announced the construction of solar power plants in Podgorica and Nikšić.

As stated in the proposal for urban planning and technical conditions adopted by the government at the last session, the Unipan Green company plans to build a solar power plant on several plots in the Botun settlement in Podgorica. According to the analyzes carried out by the investor, it was determined that the maximum possible capacity of the future solar power plant is 100 MW (alternating current).

The company TM Invest plans to build a solar power plant in the settlement of Povija in Nikšić. As can be seen in the urbanistic-technical conditions, the investor’s analysis showed that the maximum possible capacity of the future solar power plant is 15 MW (alternating current).

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