Ernestinovo Power Station
|• Total||32.30 km2 (12.47 sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (Central European Time)|
There are a total of 2,189 inhabitants, 78% of whom are Croats, 19% are Hungarians, and 7% are Serbs. The municipality consists of the settlements of Divoš (pop. 63), Ernestinovo (pop. 1,047), and Laslovo (pop. 1,079).
North of Ernestinovo lies the major HEP Substation TS Ernestinovo, which was originally built in 1977 as the first 400 kV station in Croatia. It is connected with long-distance power lines to TS Tumbri/Žerjavinec (Zagreb) and Pécs, Hungary. It had been destroyed in the Croatian War of Independence in 1991, but was fully repaired in 2003. Bobota Canal passes next to the village.
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