POWERCHINA signsEurope'slargest agricultural photovoltaic complementary project
- PowerChina and Fintel Energija co-sign this project
- The project is expected to have a capacity of 660MW and an annual output of 832GWh of green energy
Serbia's agricultural and solar complementary project plans to invest 340 million euros, including crop production and solar panel power generation. The total capacity of solar panels is expected to be 660MW, and the planned annual output of green energy is about 832GWh, which can meet the needs of about 200,000 households. After completion, it will be the largest solar power plant in Europe.
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According to official sources, Serbia plans to achieve a target of 50% renewable energy by 2040 (26.3% by the end of 2020), and shut down coal-fired power plants by 2050. Keywords: One Belt One Road, One Belt One Road News, One Belt One Road Project
Serbia still needs to build 8,000-10,000MW of wind, solar and hydro power plants in order to replace all coal-fired power plants with a total installed capacity of 4,400MW. Currently, Serbia has 2,900MW of renewable energy power plants, of which 2,350MW are hydroelectric power plants and the rest are wind farms.Editor/XuNing