Biomass cogeneration plant for Croatia

Croatian company Lika Energo Eko plans a 1 MW biomass fired cogeneration power plant in the Lika-Senj county region, according to data from the country's energy regulator.

The planned annual output of the power plant, which will run on agricultural and wood biomass, is 7.6 GWh, the Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency said in a decision that grants the project promoter the status of eligible power producer.

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