Turkey’s NeSa Energy plans 130 mln euro wind park in Macedonia, SEE Energy News
Turkish company NeSa Energy signed a letter of intent for the development of a 130 million euro ($175.7 million) wind park project in Macedonia’s south, the municipality of Bogdanci, said on Friday.
Turkish investors plans to build 44 wind turbines on the territory of Bogdanci, the municipality said in a statement on its web site.
The letter of intent, which was inked on Thursday, will lead to the signing of a final agreement which will detail the steps in the co-operation for the development of a wind park project.
Turkish renewable energy company NeSa Energy has already registered a representative office in Skopje.
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