Kajkut Energy plans to build a SHPP in Despotovac


July 15, 2015





July 15, 2015




Municipality of Despotovac confirmed to Tanjug news agency that Kajkut Energy DOO, registered in Belgrade, plans to construct a mini hydropower plant on Resava river. The facility is planned to have a capacity of 700 kW and it will be located in the area of Stenjevac village, on the slopes of Beljanica mountain, the report said. Kajkut Energy filed the application for a decision on the need to assess environmental impact. The document has been sent to the department for property and legal issues, urbanism and construction, where it was analyzed until July 15.

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