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The solar power plant “DeLasol” in the municipality of Lapovo, the largest in Serbia with a power of 9.9 megawatts, has been put into operation, the Ministry of Mining and Energy announced.

The commissioning was attended by Minister Dubravka Đedović, who during a tour of the power plant said that cooperation and synergy between the public and private sectors are important for greater security of supply and for a successful green energy transition.

“In addition to the fact that some large projects backed by the state are coming to an end and new ones are starting, it is also important that we have ambitious and large projects implemented by the private sector. The DeLasol solar power plant is the largest solar power plant in Serbia and an example of how by using solar energy we can at the same time, improve the security of electricity supply and environmental protection,” Đedović said.

Dubravka Đedović, Minister of Mining and Energy

She emphasized that the task of the state, which is intensively worked on both through the adoption of regulations and through the preparation of strategic documents, is to create the conditions to build new power plants from renewable energy sources, while at the same time our energy system performs its basic task, which is safe supply of citizens and the economy.

The minister added that the amendments to the Law on the Use of RES, when adopted by the parliament, will enable the implementation of auctions for market premiums for producers of energy from renewable sources, which opens the way for us to increase our solar and wind capacities by about three times in the next few years.

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The “DeLasol” solar power plant, which covers 12.5 hectares, was built by the company MT-KOMEX. This power plant will be the largest in Serbia in terms of size and power and will annually produce 15,000 megawatt-hours of electricity, enough for about 2,100 households.

For the construction of this solar power plant, bifacial solar panels were used, which have the ability to yield electricity from both sides of the panel, which is why they produce a larger amount of electricity.

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