Serbia will host the "the world's largest individual solar park", after the government representatives and private investors signed a deal on 8 May.
Minister of the Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning Oliver Dulić, in the presence of the care-taker Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković, signed a deal on behalf of the government. The project should bring 1,000 MW of additional electricity and the 'solar park' should cover a total area of 3,000 hectares.
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