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North Macedonia with plans for major energy eco projects

28 september 2021

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The government of North Macedonia is planning and discussing various solar energy projects with a total capacity of 1.5 GW, BalkanEngineer.com learned from BalkanGreenEnergyNews.com. Part of the documentation for the construction of wind power plants with a capacity of over 550 MW is also ready.

 

 

North Macedonia is also the first country on the Western Balkans and Southeast Europe region to transform a coal-fired power plant into a photovoltaic (PV) installation. The state-owned company Elektrani na Severna Makedonija (ESM) will install two solar power plants with a capacity of 10 MW, one of which will be completed by the end of October this year. Private investors are also developing two 50 MW solar projects at “Oslomej” coal complex.

 

Foreign companies, including the Greek Mytilineos and the French Akuo Energy, are also interested in investing in large energy facilities in North Macedonia. Wpd from Germany has already submitted a project for a wind farm with 415 MW of capacity, and the Serbian company EFT Group plans to generate 80 MW of solar energy.

 

Source of images: pexels.com

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