The construction of a 150 MW solar thermal power plant has begun in Bec, Džakova municipality in Kosovo

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the Minister of Economy, Artan Rizvanoli, participated in a ceremony marking the start of the construction of a 150 MW solar thermal power plant by Solar Energy Group Europe in the village of Bec. Dzhakova municipality, reported BTA. 

This, according to Prime Minister Kurti, is not only an important step towards the goal of increasing the capacity of renewable energy sources, but also a symbol of the unwavering commitment of the government in Pristina to create a brighter future for the country.

Kosovo’s new energy strategy was approved by the parliament, Kurti recalled and emphasized that the government has already defined the guidelines of the energy sector for a 10-year period, with the goal that the development of the energy sector contributes to the energy transition in accordance with the Sofia and Green Deal agreement plan for the Western Balkans, as well as for the gradual achievement of carbon neutrality by 2050.

Last week, Prime Minister Kurti, Economy Minister Artan Rizvanoli and the head of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Samantha Power launched the first tender for a 100 MW solar park.

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