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North Macedonia announced its projects in the field of renewable energy sources in 2021

19 january 2021

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The government of North Macedonia has announced the goals and projects in the field of renewable energy sources in the country, BalkanEngineer.com learned from the news agency Meta.mk.

 

 

The construction of two photovoltaic power plants on the site of the old mine at Oslomey thermal power plant can be expected from the new investments in renewable energy sources as soon as possible. The photovoltaic power plants will have an installed capacity of 80 to 100 MW, and the expected investments amount to about 60 million euros. In 2021, the status of Negotino TPP will be resolved. A feasibility study has been announced to show whether the plant will be rebuilt and reconstructed to run on gas, or will be sold to a private investor. The future facility will have a capacity of about 200 MW, which will make a significant contribution to green energy production.

 

An invitation has been announced for feasibility studies as well as for three new photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 160 MW on the site of the Bitola Mining and Energy Plant. The Government of North Macedonia has already announced the start of construction of the second phase of the wind farm "Bogdantsi 2" and in 2021 new wind farms in Bogdantsi, Sveti Nikole, Demir Kapija and Debrca are planned to be built.

 

In 2021, the Chebren hydroelectric power plant on Cherna Reka will be put into operation. The hydroelectric power plant will have an installed capacity of 333-458 MW, and the annual electricity production will be 1000-1200 GW / h.

 

Source of images: freepik.com

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