27 Dec '15, 11pm

Serbia takes first step towards 500MW target | Windpower Monthly

Serbia takes first step towards 500MW target | Windpower Monthly

"There is interest in Serbia's wind market from equity investors and lenders, turbine manufacturers and suppliers," said Djordje Popovic, a lawyer in the Belgrade office of CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz. "Unlike EU countries like Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania, where the best is in the past, Serbia's market is just about to get going." The Kula wind farm has three Vestas V117 3.3MW turbines and was developed by MK Fintel Wind, a joint venture 54% controlled by Italy's Fintel Energia Group and 46% by Serbian conglomerate MK Group. MK Fintel Wind said it invested about EUR15 million in the project. It is now building a second wind farm in Serbia — the 6.6MW La Piccolina project in Vrsac, Vojvodina — which it expects to commission this year. The joint venture's pipeline in Serbia also includes the planned 128.7MW Kosava wind farm sited in Vrsac, north-east of Belgrade. Continental W...

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