The project is progressing ahead of schedule, with the installation of the first 3000 panels completed in the first week of the plant installation.
Published: Mar 17, 2023 at 9:36 AM
Greenstat is pleased to announce the latest update from its PV plant Petnjik in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The project is progressing ahead of schedule, with the installation of the first 3000 panels completed in the first week of the plant installation.
The Petnjjik project is a joint partnership 50/50 between Greenstat and GP Toming. The PV plant, which will consist of 73000 panels in total, is an important step towards a greener future for Bosnia-Herzegovina. Once completed, the plant will have a total capacity of 45 MW, providing clean energy to the region.
GP Toming and Greenstat are committed to working with the best partners to ensure the successful completion of the project. Deling is building the main transformer station, a reputable engineering and construction company with expertise in renewable energy projects.
In addition to the progress on the construction of the PV plant, GP Toming and Greenstat are also in the final stages of negotiations for the power purchase agreement (PPA) contract. The company is confident that the negotiations will be concluded soon, paving the way for the plant to start generating clean energy for the region.
Greenstat is proud to be contributing to the global transition to renewable energy, and the progress made on the Petnjik project is a testament to the company's commitment to sustainability and innovation. Greenstat looks forward to updating stakeholders on the continued progress of the project.
Read more about the project here