Serbia: Windflow East aims to build a 180 MW wind farm
Windflow East, a Belgrade-based company, plans to construct a 180 megawatt wind park near Petrovac na Mlavi, in eastern Serbia, as announced by local authorities. The park will be made up of 30 generators with a capacity of 6.2 MW each and will cover an area of 1.5 hectares. According to project documents, the company is co-owned by SunFlow Holding and Turkish company Vulcanus Enerji Yatirim Anonim Sirketi, with the former owning 70% of the capital and the latter holding the remaining shares. It was established in May 2021 with a capital of 1 million dinars. According to data from the Association of Renewable Energy Sources of Serbia, eight wind farms with a total capacity of 398 MW have already been connected to the country's power grid.
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