The Swiss Government has agreed to invest additional 1.2 million euros and 500,000 Swiss francs in a project for the construction of biomass cogeneration power plant in Padinska Skela, a suburb of the Serbian capital Belgrade.
The amendment to the initial agreement was signed by Serbian Minister of Energy Aleksandar Antic, Mayor of Belgrade Sinisa Mali and Swiss Ambassador to Serbia Philippe Guex. According to the amendment, Swiss Government will increase its investment in the plant to a total of 7.6 million euros and 973,000 Swiss francs.
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Tags: biomass, electricity, heat, investment, Serbia, Switzerland