Serbia: Wind farm to be built near Pancevo, News Serbia Energy
According to the preliminary analyses, the construction of a maximum of 28 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of up to 125 MW is planned in the area near Pancevo. The City of Pancevo presented the detailed regulation plan for the construction of the BNS wind farm in the area of Banatsko Novo Selo. The area covered by the plan is around 2,112 hecatres, and the reason for the preparation of the plan is the initiative of the company Vetroelektrana Banat-4 for the purpose of the planning of an infrastructural complex for the production of electricity from renewable energy, namely wind power. The current purpose of the areas in the location is agricultural, and, aside from the structures of the utility infrastructure of the network of farm roads, there are no other public features in the area, According to the preliminary analyses, the plan is to build a maximum of 28 turbines of a total installed capacity of up to 125 MW, which are to be connected to the transmission system of Serbian TSO EMS. The maximum height of the wind turbine pillars, including the blade in the upmost position, will be 250 meters, and the maximum length of the blade will by 80 meters.
The owner of Vetroelektrana Banat-4 is Belgian-Dutch company WindVision. In 2019, 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 wind farm complex will includetwo 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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