NewsGreen Energy Investment invests in renewable sources in Nikšić

Green Energy Investment invests in renewable sources in Nikšić

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The company Green Energy Investment plans to build a 160 MW solar power plant in Šipčanik, Nikšić. The energy facility will be built on several cadastral plots with a total area of ​​about 228 hectares, KO Šipčano II.

This can be seen in the request for a decision on the need to prepare an environmental impact assessment report submitted by the investor to the Environmental Agency.

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As stated in the document, the location is extremely favorable for the construction of a solar power plant, because the winters in this area are mild with very little snow, especially in the last decade. The location receives an amount of solar radiation of 1,420kWh/m2.

There are no facilities in the place where the construction of the solar power plant is planned, so only the preparation of the ground is necessary to start the works.

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– The photovoltaic system of the solar power plant consists of 354,552 monocrystalline half-cell panels. Each of them has a maximum power of 550 Wp, which represents the total installed power of the solar system, which is 195 MWp, i.e. 164 MW of peak power. The system is viewed as a whole of 195 MWp which will fit into the 400 kV network and be connected to it according to the conditions of the competent Montenegrin Electric Transmission System (CGES) – the document states.

Let us remind you that at the session in mid-September, the Government also issued urban planning and technical conditions to this investor for the preparation of technical conditions, with the aim of building a solar power plant.

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