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In the area of Lika-Senj County, Croatia, the construction of a stand-alone photovoltaic power plant worth a massive 10 million euros will soon begin, and it will produce 25GWh of electricity per year. This is a project being undertaken by the company RP Global, which has already made investments in wind farms Danilo in the hinterland of Sibenik and Rudine in the Dubrovnik littoral, and this is their first project of this type in Croatia.

The investment should bring about 250,000 kuna a year to the local self-government unit in Novalja, so it isn’t surprising that the local authorities very quickly met the investor and signed the agreement on financing the amendments to the spatial plan of Lika-Senj County. It improves the conditions for the construction of solar parks, meaning that it increases the percentage of maximum terrain coverage with solar panels from 25 to 50 percent of the building plot area.

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