Croatian renewable energy company Solektra is set to build a 2.0 MW solar power plant in the Donji Kraljevec municipality in northern Croatia. The company recently submitted an application to the economy ministry for an assessment of the project's environmental impact. The solar power plant, named Solektra XX, will occupy an area of 21,163 square meters and is expected to produce 2,818 MWh of electricity annually.
This development is part of Croatia's efforts to increase its renewable energy capacity and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. The country has been actively promoting the use of solar power and has seen a significant increase in solar installations in recent years. The construction of the Solektra XX solar power plant will contribute to Croatia's renewable energy goals and help in the transition towards a more sustainable energy sector.