Croatia: Permit for solar power plant near Šibenik, SEE Energy News
The Spatial Planning and Infrastructure Office of Šibenik-Knin Country has issued a location permit for solar power plant Vrbnik near the city of Šibenik.
The future solar power plant will have installed capacity of 4.5 MW and will be build by local company Vjetroelektrane Glunca, which is owned by Slovenian energy group Petrol since 2016. The company already operates 20.7 MW Glunca wind farm in Croatia.
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