Serbia's Gobem plans to build 9.45 MW PV plant
Belgrade-based electric company Gobem will build a photovoltaic (PV) power plant with a capacity of 9.45 MW in Serbia's northern town of Temerin, the local authorities said on Wednesday.
Lamda group, a Novi Sad-based architecture firm, is in charge of the project design, the municipality office said in a statement cited by SeeNews.
The plant will consist of 105 inverters, the statement read.
A public presentation of the project will be held from February 9 to February 16.
The official declined to make an estimate on when the construction could start, or be finalized.
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