Biogas power plant with installed capacity of 2 MW, in which Croatian Fermopromet Group invested around 7 million euros, has been commissioned in Stara Moravica near Backa Palanka in Serbian northern province of Vojvodina.
The opening ceremony was attended by Serbian Minister of Energy and Mining Aleksandar Antic who said that the construction of this power plant is an example of perfect synergy between energy and agriculture and that by using byproducts from the farms, some 16,000 MWh of electricity will be produced each year. He added that the state will continue to support projects like this, which are important for achieving greater percentage of electricity production from renewable sources.
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Tags: biogas, electricity, Serbia