In a significant step forward for Serbia’s green energy transition, Ecoprogetti has successfully delivered the first solar panel production line in Velika Plana, Serbia. This installation boasts a production line for photovoltaic panels with a capacity exceeding 150 MW annually.
Focused predominantly on the local market, Domi Eko’s factory is set to become a reference point in Serbia’s green energy sector, enhancing the country’s PV capacity, which stood at only 29MW at the end of 2020.
Serbia’s Renewable Energy Landscape
Serbia is aiming for 8.3GW of solar capacity by 2024. This goal is backed by a €17 billion investment for the energy and mining sectors. Within this, €12 billion is specifically for renewable energy sources.
Since 2009, feed-in tariffs were established to promote renewable energy, with premiums between 8 to 20 euro cents per kilowatt over the standard price.
There are plans for significant solar projects, including PV development on vast tracts of agricultural land and PV plants on lands owned by the EPS. Furthermore, Serbia sees potential in utilizing 600 square kilometers of rooftop space for solar energy.
If 10% of this space is used, it could account for 20% of the country’s energy. Supportive policies and financial benefits further enhance the prospects for solar energy in Serbia.
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