On the broadcast of Radio Television of Montenegro on December 10, 2019, presenter Olja Bulatovic hosted a representative of our company Mr.Sreten Djuretic together with the Technical Director of Save the Planet company Mr. Denis Link and Director of Rosch Innovation Balkan Mr, Dejan Stojsavljevic.

Also, there were a lot of activities in the Daily Press and the newspaper, below we give just a few examples, Pobjeda , EPCG ....



Mr.Denis Link ,Technical Director of Save the planet company, explains the way electricity is produced, with their revolutionary tehnology, The Kinetic energy plant: " OK, what we use is buoyancy force and free fall force, we install water proof tubes into the ground, than we install mechanical Patanosa system into these tubes with buoyancy bodies that need to be filled with air on the bottom of the system and these bodies try to go up, this force we use to transfer rotary motion to a shaft and from and from there we transfer this rotary motion into production of electricity by generator. That is the general principal of KPP operations. "



Part of the TV show Ekovizija, Radio and Television of Montenegro, at which Technical Director Mr. Denis Link of Save the Planet company, talked about the benefits of their tehnology for producing green energy over other market opportunities : " The investment depends on the specific business case. What does it mean, we have to calculate local conditions, do analysies, and then is possible to have complete business case. In general, the technology allows to produce electricity for a very small amount. This technology is the best both from the economic and ecological sides, in other words we can produce electricity with less money than by other available production models on the market. We have some important advantages that belong to our technology, first of all this is the real green energy, 100 % renewable, we can run it 24/7 the whole year, which means we can produce base load electricity, normally to achieve this you would have to use conventional plants with coal or nuclear, the advantage in you compare with solar or wind plants is that we can run the whole year, and it is 100 % green, another advantage is that with our technology you do not need to spend money into developing the grid. In other words electricity grids are not necessary if you install KPP in the places that need electricity. "


The Director of ROCH INNOVATION BALKAN, Mr. Dejan Stojsavljevic, said that the process of legalization of Kinetic Energy was done in Croatia, that is, the introduction of Kinetic Energy into the Laws of Croatia, as the first country in the European Union or Europe in general.


Mr.Sreten Djuretic, co-owner of "World vision corp doo Podgorica" talks about his company's plans to install a power plant with a capacity exceeding 100 MW in Montenegro.

He points out that such energy production does not require concessions from the state and that we have ready funds for investment.

THE KPP as green energy in The Law of Montenegro



Podgorica-based World Vision Corp (WVC) intends to build the first kinetic-powered power plants in Montenegro. One of the founders and co-owners of the company, Sreten Djuretic, said that the company had technology on one hand, and on the other a capable strategic partner to a Chinese state-owned company, ready to invest in power plants in excess of 100 megawatts (MW) in Montenegro. Djuretic said that kinetic energy is the cheapest and greenest energy, and that the company will propose to the Government that these kinetic-powered energy facilities be included in the green energy law.

This power plant does not require any concessions, neither wind nor water, which must be very attractive at the moment where the problem with small and large hydropower plants is obvious, especially in the context of protection and environmental impact, and the problem with wind farms is coming - said Đuretic. He stated that due to the nature of the technology protected and patented, such facilities do not require large areas. - For a 50 MW plant, ten hectares or less is sufficient, while a five MW plant requires only 1,000 square meters and can be located in any part of the city or state without any impact on the environment - Djuretic said.



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