Serbia: Banat 1 wind farm preparations for the construction of transmission line started, News Serbia Energy
In December, Belgian-Dutch company WindVision and the municipality of Alibunar have signed an agreement on the right of easement for the use and installation of electricity transmission cables for the purpose of the construction of a new wind farm Banat 1.
The municipality of Alibunar has started the preparation of the detailed regulation plan for the construction of transmission line for Banat 1 wind farm, which is the first condition for the beginning of its construction According to the documentation, the plan envisages the construction of 400 kV transmission line, a 400 kV connecting transmission line and a 400/110 kV substation, through which the electricity produced by the wind farm complex will be transferred to the national electricity system, operated by state-owned EPS.
The wind farm complex will include two wind farms: Banat 1 near Vladimirovac and Banat 2 near Nikolinci. 44 wind turbines will be built in Vladimirovac with total installed capacity of 186 MW, while in Nikolinci, there will be 25 turbines with total installed capacity of 140 MW.
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