The Municipality of Boljevac has put the Detailed Regulation Plan for the construction of the Cestobrodica wind farm for early public inspection. According to the document prepared by Infoplan d.o.o. from Arandjelovac, the plan is to build a wind park with a capacity of 236 MW, with 55 wind generator poles.
The investor is Vetroenergo Beograd, according to data from APR, which is 100% owned by the company Wind Alliance doo Beograd, which is majority owned by the company Comay Co Limited from Cyprus.
It is planned that the Cestobrodica wind farm will be located on the territory of the municipalities of Boljevac (KO Krivi Vir and KO Lukovo) and Sokobanja (KO Jošanica, KO Rujevica and KO Vrbovac).
The area intended for the construction of an infrastructure complex for a wind farm is located on the territory of Ko Krivi Vir and Ko Lukovo near the Cestobrodica pass, above the town of Boljevac, at a distance of about 30 km from the E75 highway. The total area of the plan for the construction of the wind farm is 11,162 ha, of which 5,860 ha are in the municipality of Boljevac, and 5,302 ha in the municipality of Sokobanja.
For the purposes of connecting the Cestobrodica wind farm to the transmission power system of Serbia, a special planning document is planned – Detailed regulation plan for two single-system connection transmission lines. The transmission line will be built on the territory of the municipalities of Boljevac and Ražanj, according to the plan.
The early public preview runs until the end of October.