Serbia, WV International Energy has completed the first phase of the 80 MW solar power plant development project28.Oct 2021.
WV International Energy has completed the first phase of the 80 MW solar power plant development project, which will be built in Zabalj municipality. After obtaining all permits and preparing technical documentation, the solar power plant should put into commercial operation in 2025-2026.
The statement from the company said that the first phase was successfully realized after the Municipal Assembly of Zabalj and electricity transmission system operator EMS approved the documents needed for further development of the project, whose investment value is 55 million euros.
Namely, the Municipal Assembly of Zabalj adopted the decision on the development of detailed regulation plans for the construction of the solar power plant and the decision on the development of the detailed regulation plan for the 110 kV transmission line, which will deliver electricity produced by the power plant. Also, EMS approved the study of connecting the solar power plant in question to the electricity network, which created the conditions for further realization of the project.
WV International Energy Group (formerly WV International NBT) has been developing renewable energy projects, mostly wind, and has been operating in Serbia since 2012. The total portfolio of the group includes seven developing wind farms in Banat (in Pancevo and Alibunar municipalities) with a total planned capacity of 800 MW. According to the plan, the wind power plants should be commissioned in the period from 2023 to 2026.