Serbia's Solar Gateway: 300 MW
- Join the Kladovo Solar Gate project and help Serbia become a leader in renewable energy. This proposed 300 MW solar photovoltaic plant is located 5 kilometres from the city of Kladovo and is in its early planning stages. Be part of a potentially revolutionary new energy source.
An investor based in Belgrade, Serbia, has proposed to build a solar photovoltaic plant of around 300 MW near the city of Kladovo. The project, Kladovo Solar Gate, is in the early planning stages and is proposed on a 583 hectare site located 5 kilometres from the centre of town of Kladovo. Technical solutions have not yet been drafted. This is the first large-scale solar project in Serbia and could potentially provide a significant source of renewable energy.
Is Kladovo Solar Gate Serbia's First Major Solar Project?
- The proposed solar photovoltaic plant would be the first large-scale solar project in Serbia.
- With an estimated capacity of 300 MW, Kladovo Solar Gate is anticipated to be the largest solar photovoltaic plant in Serbia.
- The project is located 5 kilometres away from the centre of town of Kladovo, on a 583 hectare site.
- Although technical solutions have yet to be drafted, the project is in the early planning stages.
- Kladovo Solar Gate could potentially provide a significant source of renewable energy for Serbia.
- The project is being led by an investor based in Belgrade, Serbia.
- If completed, Kladovo Solar Gate could serve as a model for other large-scale solar projects in Serbia in the future.