Montenegro: Utility-Scale Solar PV Plants Project
Taking advantage of Montenegro’s solar potential.
When it comes to green energy, Montenegro has natural advantages. The country’s solar potential is one of the largest in Southeast Europe. UGT Renewables is partnering with state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) to aid Montenegro in a swift and efficient transition to a cleaner, greener energy generation base.
Reinventing an outdated power grid.
The utility-scale solar PV plants and energy storage in development will help Montenegro alleviate the strains of the energy crisis, while reversing decades of neglect and lack of investment in their energy production capacities. Phase 1 includes the development of approximately 200 MW of solar power plants in Velje Brdo & Dinosa, along with approximately 50 MW / 100 MWh of battery energy storage.
Aligning with Montenegro’s ambitions.
During Phase 2, UGT Renewables will develop large-scale pump storage in Decidi, Marvucici, Gurza, and Lukici. Further aiding Montenegro’s citizens, UGT Renewables will hire local companies for surveying, spatial planning, environmental assessment, regulatory assessment, construction, electromechanical and civil engineering, and more.
The development of solar plants and storage of this scope and scale aligns with Montenegro’s ambition to become a substantial electricity exporter in the near future.
Making an impact in Montenegro
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