BIOMASS HEATING PLANTS IN PRIBOJ AND MALI ZVORNIK START OPERATION ON OCTOBER 1

The heating plant in Mali Zvornik, together with the heating plant that is being built in Priboj, will be the first in Serbia to use biomass as an energy source. The heating plant will start trial operation on October 1, in order to be ready for the upcoming heating season, during which the citizens of Mali Zvornik will have 24-hour heating, but, which is equally important, there will be no network losses and a healthier environment.

CO2 emissions will be reduced from the current 870 to 40 tons, so there will be 95% less emissions.

Mali Zvornik is an example of what heating plants should look like in other municipalities in Serbia, that we have enough thermal energy, that we use it efficiently and that we have a healthy environment.

Another important thing is the reconstruction of the HPP. In addition to having a higher production capacity and higher installed capacity, the lifespan of the hydropower plant has been extended for an additional 40 years.

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