Serbia: EPS power utility to complete wind park feasibility, News Serbia Energy
Head of the project for the construction of Kostolac wind farm at Serbian power utility EPS, Predrag Djordjevic announced that the feasibility study for this project will be completed in October 2016.
Djordjevic explained that after proving the feasibility of the project and the development of the general design, the publishing of public tenders for construction works and procurement of equipment should follow. He said that the locations of wind turbines were chosen and calculations on wind farm’s efficiency were already performed.
He added that preliminary feasibility study has shown that this location could sustain about 20 wind turbines with the installed capacity between 50 and 60 MW. The operational life of this wind farm is projected at 20 to 25 years, transmits Serbia-energy.eu
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