Presentation of Feasibility study for justification of awarding a Public Private Partnership Agreement or eventual sale of AD TEC Negotino
COLENCO and the Energy Institute Hrvoje Pozar, Zagreb, have prepared the Feasibility Study for justification…
Based on findings provided in Technical Due Diligence and Wind Farm model with CfD calculations, prepared by Colenco Ltd. Skopje, Slovenian energy company Interenergo, a part of Austria’s Kelag Group, and real estate investment firm Trigal, majority owned by German KGAL, decided jointly to finance the construction of 30 MW Gevgelija wind farm in Bogdanci municipality, as their first project in renewable energy sources in the country. The project is worth 40 million Euros and is expected to be completed in two year.
In November 2020, the Government of North Macedonia signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the energy sector with the companies Interenergo, and Kelag and the Prime Minister Zoran Zaev believes that wind farm won’t be the last investment based on it. Additionally, The days of producing electricity from fossil fuels are ending, he said, adding that the country is strictly following the strategic goal of substituting fossil fuels with renewables.