The first geothermal power plant in Croatia

The first geothermal power plant in Croatia – Marija 1 – with the capacity of 4.71 megawatts and investments of between 20 and 30 million Euros will soon be constructed near Bjelovar. The program includes several power plants, heating of the City of Bjelovar and many other facilities. From Geoen, the company that is the

The first geothermal power plant in Croatia – Marija 1 – with the capacity of 4.71 megawatts and investments of between 20 and 30 million Euros will soon be constructed near Bjelovar.

The program includes several power plants,
heating of the City of Bjelovar and many other facilities. From Geoen, the
company that is the holder of the project has confirmed that they are just
waiting for building permits.

The impact of environmental systems for the
exploitation of geothermal water is in process, while at the same time last
talks with banks interested in monitoring the project are also underway.

In the first phase of development is the capacity
of 4.71 MW, which will use two existing wells, and the second phase is planned
to build power plants and 8 acres of greenhouses to be used as efficiently as
the heat in the third phase is planned to build 10 MW power plant which will
use the two remaining wells.


Source: www.croenergo.eu

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