The municipality of Priboj in southwestern Serbia signed a 760,000 euros agreement for the design, procurement and installation of biomass boiler with a consortium led by local company MPP Jedinstvo Sevojno.
This will be the second biomass boiler in the Priboj municipality, with an installed capacity of 1,800 kW, after the first was installed in November 2016. The boiler will use a wood chips as fuel, mainly from fir and spruce, resulting in energy savings as chips are more cost-effective than both pellets and heating oil.
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Tags: biomass, electricity, heating, Priboj, Serbia