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Vat Energija invests EUR 3 million in solar power plant in Beocin

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An agreement on cooperation in the implementation of a solar power plant development project in Beocin has been signed in the premises of the Provincial Secretariat for Energy and Mineral Raw Materials between the municipality of Beocin, the Secretariat for Energy and the Slovakian company Vat Energija, which intends to build a 1 MW solar power plant spanning three hectares. The total value of the investment is EUR 3 million.

Provincial Secretary Radoslav Strikovic stressed that it was very good that the accent had lately been placed on renewable energy sources and added that companies from Slovakia had already showed significant seriousness in such projects.

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– What is particularly important is the Energy Agreement signed between Serbia and Slovakia, which clearly shows us the direction we should take. When it comes to this concrete investment, which envisages the construction of a 1 MW power plant, the legal procedure for issuing permits and giving consents will be completed in the local self-government and our secretariat, which will make the whole job much easier for investors, as well as for all of us – said Strikovic.

Beocin Mayor Bogdan Cvejic, one of the people who signed the agreement, expressed his satisfaction with the fact that aforementioned power plant would be built in that municipality because it would result in creation of new jobs and enable development of Beocin.

– We started negotiations with this company three months ago and I am glad that they have proved to be serious in their intentions, to a mutual benefit. The investment is worth EUR 3 million and about ten people will get jobs, which we find the most important at this moment. Local self-government will do its best to help every interested party develop a business on the territory of our municipality – said Cvejic.

Representatives of Vat Energija have welcomed the agility of local self-government and provincial government and they plan to start defining the building site in Beocin and doing all the necessary legal activities on Monday.

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