Danish company Bigadan interested in building power plant in Plandiste

Denmark’s Bigadan, which builds biogas power plants all over the world, is interested in opening one such facility in Plandiste, where waste from the meat industry Vindija and from local farms would be used as the energy source. Representatives of these two companies met to that end in Plandiste, where they were hosted by the provincial secretary for local self-gbiogaovernment, Ognjen Bjelic, and municipal officials, who find the implementation of the project to be very important.

Vladimir Nedeljkovic, representative of Bigadan, says that they find Vindija interesting because the waste from the meat industry and from farms is the best energy source for biogas facilities. Also, he sincerely hopes that the announced cooperation will take place, as this is the last chance for the company, which has built 45 bio power plants in 15 countries of the world so far, to continue investing in Serbia.

– We’ve been present in the Serbian market for five years, we have invested a lot, but without much success, so this is the last opportunity for Bigadan to stay in Serbia – Nedeljkovic pointed out.

He thanked the provincial secretary for mediating in the negotiations with Vindija, whereas the representative of the Croatian company didn’t wish to make any statements. However, it is obvious that there are mutual economic interests in realizing the partnership, considering that a new meeting, which could produce concrete results, has already been scheduled.

– It is in the Province’s interest to support any initiative for investment and economic strengthening of municipalities, especially those underdeveloped ones, such as Plandiste – Bjelic emphasized.

(eKapija 02.10.2016)

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