Public debate on environmental impact studies for the reversible pumped storage hydropower plant Vrdovo, gas-fired cogeneration power plant Peruca, the connecting gas pipeline Dugopolje-Peruca and the transmission line Peruca-Konjsko has started today and will last until 21 December. All these facilities should be constructed under Vis Viva project.
All studies were made by Elektroprojekt, and before they were put for public debate, a special expert committee of the Ministry of Environment and Energy assessed them as complete and expertly developed. With successful completion of an environmental impact assessment for Vis Viva project and the positive opinion of the Ministry of Environment and Energy regarding the project’s environmental impact, Vis Viva project will come a step closer to obtaining the location permits which are crucial for its further implementation and development. Vis Viva project is a potential greenfield investment in Split-Dalmatia County with the estimated value of one billion euros. The location permits is expected to be obtained in early 2017.
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