Croatia Sets the Ball Rolling for its First Agrisolar Power Plant
- A financial investment worth EUR 10 million has actually been made into the agrivoltaic system that would get to conclusion within a year.
- Solida claimed that the site would certainly also see the opening of a sheep farm.
Croatia is set to welcome its first agrisolar power plant, which will be created by Croatian solar programmer, Solida. The building of the facility with 15 Mwp capacity has actually begun. The firm has set sights on constructing just agrisolar plants.
For Solida, this will be its biggest facility thus far.
EUR 10 million Financial investment
The area of the plant spreads to greater than 20 hectares in Ivanec. A financial investment worth EUR 10 million has been made into the agrivoltaic system that would certainly reach conclusion within a year. Solida stated that the site would additionally see the opening of a sheep farm.
Another project is additionally in the offinf for 30 MW in peak capacity on a land of 60 hectares. Currently, Solida has place licenses for 200 MW cumulatively. All are to be utilized for agrisolar projects.
The European Agrisolar Boom
Europe has been witnessing a boom in agrisolar projects. France-based renewables strong Neoen has actually just recently introduced a 10 MW agrisolar project in the countru. Big scale-investments are being made in Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania as well as Greece.
Popular companies such as Iberdrola, Enel Green Power, Engie are additionally investing in agrisolar projects in different parts of Europe.