Local company Drvni Centar has commissioned a biomass-fueled cogeneration power plant in Glina, as a part of its wood processing plant. The new facility has output of 5 MW of electricity and 12 MW of thermal energy.
CEO of Drvni Centar Elmor Barakovic said that newly commissioned plant is several times more powerful that their existing biomass power plant with 1.2 MW of electricity output and 4.5 MW of thermal energy output. The existing plant supplies electricity and heat to the company’s wood processing facilities as well as to several public buildings in the town of Glina.
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