CWP Global to build the biggest wind farm in Serbia

CWP Global will start building a wind farm in Serbia which will have the biggest capacity of all six CWP Global’s renewable energy projects currently under development.

The future wind power plant called Vetrogon will be built in the country’s northern province of Vojvodina, in the municipalities of Srbobran and Bečej.

The facility’s maximum capacity is planned to be 450 MW, while the value of the investment is EUR 600 million, CWP Global said.

The construction is scheduled to start in late 2025 and the company plans to commission the facility in 2028. Vetrogon would generate 1.1 TWh per annum.

The plan also includes the construction of facilities for delayed delivery of electricity, i.e. facilities for converting electricity into other forms of energy and storing such energy for subsequent re-conversion into electricity.

(eKapija, 15.05.2023)

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