Serbia appears to still be going all-in on Solar, with more solar farms in the start-up phase or destined to come on line, such as a farm in Kovin and a possible investment in Leskovac.
This week Leskovac Mayor Goran Cvetanovic highlighted meetings with Danish Europoean Energy, which is discussing the potential of building a 100 MW solar farm near the city.
Cvetanovic said that the company discussed “potential locations,” according to a press release, cited by ekapija.com.
Likewise, local media highlighted that Kovin has released public planning for the Meadows Solar Power plant, backed by investor Meadows D.o.o. Beograd, which will be built on what has up to this point been designated as agricultural land. The first phase would encompass some 150 hectares, and a preliminary plan is already in place to connect to the power grid.
Serbia has never been averse to solar potential. Photo of the Serbian Strawberry Energy company public solar charger for mobile devices back in 2012 by Strawberry Tree Black, designed by architect Miloš Milivojević Renewablesfuture, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via Wikimedia Commons.