Projekt Oporovecka Unveils Plans for 80-MW Solar Park in Eastern Croatia

Croatian real estate firm has disclosed its proposal for an 80-MW/96-MWp solar photovoltaic (PV) park in eastern . The unveiling follows the submission of an (EIA) report, according to official government data.

The proposed development is slated for a 218.5-hectare (540-acre) site in the village of Gornji Caglic, near Lipik town in Croatia's Pozega-Slavonia County. The solar complex, equipped with 143,927 PV modules, each with a capacity of 0.66 kWp, and supported by 18 Siemens Gamesa inverters, aims to significantly bolster the region's capacity.

Projections suggest an annual generation of 144,808 MWh from the Lipik solar park, expected to offset between 21,720 to 26,210 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per year.

Assurances have been provided regarding the project's negligible impact on air quality and geodiversity in the region. The proposal includes a comprehensive set of environmental protection measures, highlighting the preservation of existing vegetation in unaffected areas.


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