Croatian Djuro Djakovic Group announced that it has signed a 9.6 million euros woth contract with the local investor Geoen for the construction of Croatia’s first geothermal power plant near the city of Bjelovar.
According to the statement from the company, it will be tasked with the construction of geothermal power plant Velika 1, its commissioning and connection to the electricity network, as well as the construction of supporting wells and pipelines.
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Tags: construction, Croatia, Djuro Djakovic, electricity, geothermal, Velika