Solar plant in Stara Pazova municipality underway


July 30, 2015





July 30, 2015




Stara Pazova municipality publicly presented the project of a photovoltaic facility  to be built in the village of Surduk, located close to the Danube. Investors are private persons and the documentation was prepared by a local company Projekt biro Marinko DOO. The plan for the 950 kW solar power plant is to sell electricity to regional electricity distributor Elektrodistribucija Ruma, according to the urbanistic project documents. Panels are to be installed on the ground.


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