Solar Strategy for Montenegro
IBI Group was retained by the Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism to develop a Strategy of Spatial Valorization aimed at renewable solar power generation, and demonstration pilot projects.
ClientGovernment of Montenegro, Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism
A solar strategy for Montenegro that preserves the natural environment
The Montenegro Solar Strategy is designed to provide a vision and strategic plan that will direct the country’s solar electric generation facilities to be developed in prime locations, while preserving the natural environment and natural features. It establishes the spatial planning scenario, economic, social and environmental frameworks for solar farm development in Montenegro.
Furthermore, two pilot demonstration projects have been developed, one in a selected urban location and the other in a rural location, showcasing optimum design and layout within the context of sustainability.
Global Director, Placemaking & International
Trevor McIntyre is Global Director, Placemaking & International. He is responsible for International operational results, including financial performance, professional and technical excellence, staff motivation and development, and client satisfaction. He is a Landscape Architect and member of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architecture and the American Society of Landscape Architecture.
Trevor has been a leading planner, landscape architect, and urban designer for more than 20 years, with projects in Canada, USA, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Asia. He leads the Toronto IBI Group design practice in community planning and design, master planning, and landscape architecture. He has a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Guelph.
Associate Director | Practice Lead, Urban Design / Landscape Architecture
Neno Kovacevic is a leading Landscape Architect and Urban Designer who has worked on numerous initiatives in North America, Central America and internationally. He brings more than 20 years of experience to environmentally sensitive design, integrating sustainability into community master planning, parks, open space, urban public plazas and streetscape design. His experience reflects the diverse, evolving role of landscape architecture in facilitating economic development, community building and sustainability. His work is distinguished by a talent to identify and resolve client issues through visionary and practical design solutions, supported by solid project management skills and a proven ability to work as a contributing member of a collaborative design team.
In 1994 he completed his Masters degree in landscape architecture at Edinburgh University and is fully registered to practise in Canada, the United States and Montenegro.