Croatian company Ing-Grad, involved in the project for the construction of Bogoslovec wind farm in North Macedonia said that it has completed all contracted construction works.
Ing-Grad completed the works on the construction of access roads, wind turbine foundations, 30/110 kV Bogoslovec substation and 110 kV transmission line which connects the wind farm with the existing network.
Bogoslovec wind farm is located in Sveti Nikole municipality near the city of Stip. It will have eight wind turbines with combined installed capacity of 36 MW. The investor in the project is local company Thor Impex, a part of BNB Kompani which already operates five small hydropower plants under a feed-in tariff contracts until 2035.
Bogoslovec would be the second operational wind farm in North Macedonia and the first privately owned one. The first wind farm – 36.8 MW Bogdanci iz operated by state-owned power utility ESM.