Turawell to build HUF 10 bln geothermal power plant, greenhouse
Turawell is spending HUF 10 billion to build a geothermal power plant and greenhouse in Tura, near Budapest, thermal well owner László Miszori told Hungarian news agency MTI.
Turawellʼs 51% owner, Singapore-based KS Orka Renewables, is building the HUF 3.4 bln plant. Preparations will cost a further HUF 2.1 bln.
The 2.7MW power plant is expected to start generating electricity – enough to power 800 homes – next year.
A consortium of Bauforg, Forrásker-Tész and Venlo Plus will build the HUF 4.5 bln greenhouse, Miszori said. The greenhouse is expected to turn out an annual 6,300 tons of tomatoes, generating revenue of HUF 6-7 bln, he added.
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