Monalp Biomass to build two biomass plants at Sisak

The Monalp Biomass company on Friday signed an agreement with the Sisak city authorities for the construction of two biomass-fired power plants of 5 megawatts (MW) each in the city's industrial zone.

This means that the city is to get another investor in its industrial zone and should initially open 20 to 25 new jobs.

During consultations with the investor, the city representatives expressed an interest in the possibility of selling produced heating energy to the national provider HEP-Toplinarstvo to be used by the city's heating system as well as the possibility of providing heating to other businesses and companies in the industrial zone, according to a press release.

Monalp Biomass was founded by two Turkish companies from Istanbul, Alp Elektrik S.A., a leading renewable energy company in Turkey, and the Mono Muhendislik A.S. construction company.

Last update: Fri, 26/02/2016 - 20:36
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