German engineering Group Max Boegl to build 99MW wind farm in Romania

3. February 2013. / SEE Energy News

German engineering Group Max Boegl plans to tap the renewable sector in Romania by investing up to EUR 200 million for a 99MW wind farm in Southeastern Romania, in the Tulcea region, according to Ziarul Financiar daily.

Max Boegl said it will operate the tallest wind mills in the country, as it will use hybrid towers which can reach heights of 140 meters. The company will complete the building works in 2014.

“We have three reasons for deciding to be involved in such a project in Romania: we are present on the local market and we have a good experience, the wind parameters are very good in Dobrogea, and the support scheme for green energy is advantageous compared to other countries,” said Romeo  Botocan, executive director of Max Boegl.

Max Boegl has built in Romania the National Arena stadium and the Cernavoda-Medgidia-Constanta highway. The company registered a turnover of EUR 110 million in 2012.

Source business-review

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