Serbian cookware producer completing its 2.9 MW rooftop solar energy plant
- Metalac from Gornji Milanovac in Serbia's west spent EUR 3 million in renewable resource and also the restoration of its heater, Ceo Rada Trifunović stated. The major segment is a 2.9 MW solar device.
Cookware and also water heater maker Metalac, which has a custom of greater than 6 years, is completing one of the biggest solar energy plants in Serbia. The center with 6,400 panels is being installed on the roofings of two of its plants.
Works began in July. The solar plant will certainly produce an estimated 3.25 GWh of power per year.
Chief executive officer Rada Trifunović told Bloomberg Adria that the firm has actually invested EUR 3 million in overall in renewable energy and power efficiency. The reconstruction of the heating unit, which cost EUR 500,000, will decrease gas consumption, she added.
The roof solar energy plant will certainly lower electrical energy acquisitions in Metalac by 15% to 20%, Trifunović explained. The firm with five company units is the most significant power manufacturer in its region as well as also really depending on gas, she emphasized.
The Ministry of Mining and Power of Serbia just recently disclosed the combined capacity of nuclear power plant owned by registered prosumers got to 5.7 MW which 100 MW in such projects remains in the procedure of connecting to the grid. Metalac didn't clear up whether it would obtain the status.
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