The Israel-based company, L.O.I 360, plans to install an agri-solar park on the territory of the town of Sremska Mitrovica.
It will have two photovoltaic facilities with a combined production capacity of 75 megawatts (MW).
The Noćaj 1 and Noćaj 2 solar park is the second agri-solar project under development in Serbia. The new plan submitted by Israeli investors highlighted the growing interest in the renewable energy market segment in the region.
Crops compatible with the installed type of solar panels will be grown to increase land utilization, while cattle will be allowed to graze under solar panels, according to the zoning plan.
The zoning plan is in an early public consultation phase until November 16 and it covers an area of 320.49 hectares, located on the right bank of the Sava River. The area is very sunny, has a power line nearby for the delivery of surplus electricity, and it is easily accessible, the zoning plan reads.
(Dnevnik, Balkan Green Energy News, 15.11.2022)
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