InterAgro to invest EUR 72 M in cogeneration thermal power plants

InterAgro Group will invest EUR 72 M in building high-efficiency cogeneration thermal power plants within industrial parks located in various part of Romania, with the investment set to be recovered in five years at most. According to a press communiqué, the plants will be built in Wallachia, Moldavia and Transylvania and will have an installed power of 81 MW as well as a steam production capacity of 156 tons per hour. The investor estimates that the EUR 72 M allocated for the projects will be recovered in 3-5 years after their completion. The purpose is to safely and efficiently produce the electricity needed by plants located within industrial parks.

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