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Changing the Green Game

Elnos Group exceeds expectations through its original approach and vision

Elnos Group is revolutionising the renewable energy sector, proving that remarkable achievements can be achieved even in the most challenging environments. Speaking in this interview, Elnos Group Vice President Branko Torbica highlights how the company’s innovative approach and visionary outlook have helped position it as a pioneer in delivering groundbreaking green solutions that exceed all expectations, setting new industry standards and inspiring others to follow its lead.

Elnos Group’s teams are implementing various green projects across the region. Could you highlight some of the most interesting ones?

― Our teams are in full swing, implementing a wide range of regional green projects.

In the field of wind energy, we successfully completed the Krivača Wind Farm (105 MW) in Serbia and have launched construction of the Perun Wind Farm (30 MW) in North Macedonia. A very special place in our current renewable energy portfolio belongs to the hydropower projects.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, we have been entrusted with implementation of the electrical and mechanical phase of the construction of the Dabar hydroelectric power plant (159.15 MW), while in Montenegro we have started the reconstruction of the Perućica hydroelectric power plant (307 MW).

The project in Denmark is the jewel of our portfolio. It is the construction of a 150-kilometerlong 400 kV double-circuit transmission line, OHL Endrup-Idomlund-Endrup-German border. This is the largest project in the field of energy infrastructure in this country

In the field of solar energy, we are making significant strides, especially in Croatia, where we recently completed construction of the Vidukin Gaj solar power plant (25 MW) and began work on the Tarabnik solar power plant (26.58 MW). We have also successfully completed a number of diverse solar projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Elnos Group is known for having achieved great success in Europe, while your first project in the Danish market has attracted significant attention this year. How is Elnos Group currently positioned on international markets?

― The project in Denmark is the jewel of our portfolio. It is the construction of a 150-kilometer- long 400 kV double-circuit transmission line, OHL Endrup-Idomlund-Endrup-German border. This is the largest project in the field of energy infrastructure in this country. We spent a long time preparing for it and are pleased that things are progressing well on the ground near the North Sea.

Elnos Group is currently implementing projects in 15 countries across the region and around Europe, employing more than 650 workers and holding a very important and desirable position on the regional and European energy markets. Our teams have built and modernised thousands of kilometres of transmission lines and an impressive number of substations, as well as constructing the most complex energy infrastructure facilities and systems from Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Czechia, the UK, and beyond. We have this year entered the markets of Austria, where we will start our first project in July, and Romania, where we have established a new resource centre for transmission lines with more than 30 fitters actively participating in projects in their home country and across Europe.

What do you think the future has in store for the energy sector?

― As we see at Elnos, the energy future involves accessibility, security, accessibility and sustainability, as key elements of a new energy era. We cannot change the wind’s direction or direct the sun’s rays, but we can harness their power most efficiently. This is the primary purpose of everything we do.

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