The construction of the largest privately owned bifacial solar power plant in Serbia will soon begin. The DeLasol solar power plant with a capacity of 9,913 MW will cover 12 hectares and will be built on the territory of the municipality of Lapovo.

– The construction permit was obtained, as well as all other necessary permits, and construction should begin on September 1 of this year. I hope that everything will go according to plan and that the DeLasol solar power plant will be fully completed by the beginning of March 2023 – said investor Miloš Kostić.

This solar power plant will be connected to the substation in Lapovo and will produce 15,000 megawatt-hours annually.

The construction of the DeLasol power plant was entrusted to MT-KOMEX.

According to the investor, 17,980 panels will be installed on specially made SONNEN structures.

– The equipment has started to arrive, we are waiting for the structures and soon everything will be ready for the start of the construction of the solar power plant – adds Kostić.

As he says, he decided on bifacial solar panels because they have the ability to collect the sun’s rays that bounce off the surface and produce electricity more efficiently than power plants with monofacial panels.

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