The solar power plant “DeLasol” in Lapovo was officially put into operation.
The contractor for the construction of the solar power plant is the company MT-Komex, a regular member of the Association Renewable Energy Sources of Serbia.
Today, the “DeLasol” solar power plant, which is also the largest solar power plant in Serbia, was officially opened and put into operation in Lapovo. The solar power plant covers a land area of 12.5 hectares, and the total power of the power plant is 9.9 MW. This means that this solar power plant will supply 2,100 households in the area for the entire year of their consumption.
The “DeLasol” solar power plant consists of 17,980 modern bifacial solar panels, and the total value of the investment is 8.9 million euros.
The power plant was officially opened with opening remarks by the director of the MT-Komex and DeLasol companies, Miloš Kostić, after whom the Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović, spoke.
“In addition to the fact that some large projects backed by the state are coming to an end and new ones are starting, it is also important that we have ambitious and large projects implemented by the private sector. “DeLasol” solar power plant is the largest solar power plant in Serbia and an example of how by using solar energy we can simultaneously improve the security of electricity supply and environmental protection” said the Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović.
At the invitation of the company MT-Komex, the official opening of the solar power plant was attended by the manager of the Association RES Serbia, Danijela Isailović, and the chairman of the Association’s Management Board, Miloš Colić.
Source of cover photo: Ministry of Mining and Energy