Serbia, Polish and Spanish companies to build wind farms in near Mali Idjos, News Serbia Energy
The municipality of Mali Idjos, located in the Serbian northern province of Vojvodina, has put detailed regulation plans for two wind farms – Lovcenac and Feketic, on public debate.
Lovcenac wind farm will stretch over an area of 5,720 hectares mostly on privately owned agricultural land, and should consist of 50 wind turbines with combined installed capacity of around 300 MW. The construction of 400 kV transmission line connecting the wind farm to the national electricity network is also planned. The project is developed by local company WPP West Wind, which is owned by Polish company V-Ridium Wind.
Feketic wind farm will have installed capacity of about 90 MW, consisting of 21 turbines over 2,100 hectares of mostly privately-owned agricultural land. The construction of 110 kV transmission line is also planned. The developer is again local company, Ecoener Wind Power Plant, which is owned by Spanish Ecoener Group.
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