A Promising Start: Kosovo’s First Biomass Heat-and-Power Station Runs on Wood Scraps and Vine Prunings

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  • In the city of Gjakova, a biomass heating plant has replaced a 40-year-old oil-based system.
  • The plant uses residual biomass from biodegradable waste such as vine prunings and wood scraps.
  • This system generates clean, green energy 24/7 to 2000 private households.

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