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Montenegro preliminary approves 120 MW agrisolar project Kosanica in Pljevlja

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July 2, 2024

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Montenegrin company Permonte received the urban planning and technical conditions for a solar power project of up to 120 MW in peak capacity. The Kosanica site would include sustainable agricultural activity under the agrivoltaic concept.

A location near the village of Kosanica in the Pljevlja municipality in Montenegro is planned for a photovoltaic plant. The Government of Montenegro issued the urban planning and technical conditions for an area of 121 hectares to Permonte. The firm is based in the capital Podgorica. Pljevlja hosts Montenegro’s only coal power plant.

The proposed solar power plant in the country’s north would have up to 120 MW in peak capacity. According to the document, the site would simultaneously used for sustainable agricultural activity under the agrivoltaic concept. It is also known as agrisolar.

The land consists of some fifty lots privately owned by different individuals.

Permonte is also working on a 100 MW photovoltaic investment in Cetinje

Before the Kosanica Solar project, Permonte received urban planning and technical conditions in October for a photovoltaic plant of up to 100 MW in Cetinje. The location in the cadastral municipality of Lastva spans 101 hectares.

The company is owned by Branka Vujadinović. Its executive manager is Bojan Bošković.

Permonte is registered for engineering activities and technical consultations. It was part of the consortium that was selected for the so-called ecological construction of the Pljevlja thermal power plant. In addition, the company participates in the consortium that recently took state land under lease for the 290 MW wind power project Sinjajevina in Šavnik.

Notably, the firm also produced a study for the Čevo solar power project in Cetinje, Montenegro’s historical capital, of 225 MW.

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