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PIK-Vinkovci plans 2 MW biogas-fired power plant

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November 10, 2015

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Croatian meat processing company PIK-Vinkovci is planning to build a biogas-fired power plant near the eastern town of Vinkovci, the country’s energy regulator HERA said, SeeNews reports.

The Vinka power plant will have 2 MW of installed electricity generating capacity and also 2 MW of thermal energy generating capacity, a document posted on HERA’s website indicated. The agency has granted the project promoter the status of eligible power producer for a period of 25 years.

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