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BDK advises Akuo Energy on Krnovo wind power plant

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September 24, 2015

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BDK’s Partner Dragoljub Cibulić and Managing Associate in Montenegro Luka Popović have advised Akuo Energy, the French producer of renewable energy, on the development of the first wind power plant at Krnovo, near the town of Niksić in Montenegro, reads the press release published on the law office web site. The construction works commenced in July and are expected to be completed until the end of July 2016. The output power of the plant will be 72 MW, and the plant will produce 6% of total electricity generated in Montenegro. The project is supported by the EBRD and KfW bank.

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