Croatia: INA’s solar power plant enters trial operation, SEE Energy News
Croatian oil company INA launched a trial operation of solar power plant Virje, becoming a commercial producer of electricity in line with its strategy to transition to renewable energy sources.
Solar power plant Virje, located in Koprivnica Krizevci county in Croatia, is the second largest in the country with an installed capacity of 10.2 MW, connected power of 9 MW and expected annual electricity generation of 12,225 MWh.
In the next few months, INA will also operate its second solar power plant, which is currently under construction in Sisak, bringing its annual electricity output from renewables to around 16,000 MWh. The design and construction of the plant in Virje and the one in Sisak were carried out by the local engineering company Koncar-Inzenjering.