Italian Building Energy looks at solar energy projects


December 10, 2015





December 10, 2015




Petar Đokić, energy minister of the Republic of Srpska, signed a memorandum on understanding with Fabrizio Zago, chief executive of Building Energy SpA from Milano, Italy. The company’s multiyear experience and results in building and implementing energy projects have been recognized, the minister said and expressed pleasure because of its interest in the construction of solar power plants in the entity, the government said on its website.

Đokić added Building Energy will be assisted in its projects in line with Srpska’s regulations. He stressed Srpska wants to strengthen its role in the power market. Zago said the entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina has significant energy potential and that the construction of solar power plants planned by his company will be one of the most important ones in the Balkans, improving Srpska’s position in Europe.

The construction of a biomass power plant was announced in November by Building Energy and the City of Kruševac in central Serbia.


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