Terra Solar is planning to install an 8 megawatt (MW) solar power plant on the territory of the municipality of Lebane, in the southern part of Serbia.
Representatives of Terra Solar visited the municipality of Lebane to present the solar power plant project to municipality chief Ivan Bogdanović and his associates.
Nikola Oklobdžija, director of Terra Solar, said at the meeting that power plant Lebane – Novo Selo, with a capacity of 8 MW, would be installed on an area of 9.2 hectares.
The photovoltaic plant will comprise 16,218 solar panels, while the estimated annual production would be enough to cover the consumption of 2,000 households, Oklobdžija said.
According to the municipality website, Terra Solar invests in the construction of solar power plants on the territory of Serbia to help reduce environmental pollution.
The owners of Terra Solar, according to the Serbian Business Registers Agency, are Nikola Oklobdžija, with a share of 80%, and Ivan Pantelić, who controls 20%.