Slowly progressing first Montenegrin wind

Slowly progressing first Montenegrin wind

One year after starting work, is slowly progressing construction of the first Montenegrin wind power.

At the site Krnovo near Niksic until now were brought 12 wind turbinesof which has been completed installation of three of them, said the Ministry of Economy of Montenegro.

The investor, according to the obligations of the contract, shall until May 7 next year start work of the wind farms, by enabling supporting facilities and infrastructure, as well as connection to the power system.

The lease agreement for the land and construction of the wind farm on the site Krnovo concluded with the Franco-Austrian consortium “Akuo Energy SAS” – “Ivica Consulting”.

The contract was signed in 2010, and state-owned land has been rented for a period of 20 years, with the possibility of extension up to a maximum of five years for the construction of wind power installed capacity of 72 MW.

It is an energy project which envisages the construction of 30 wind turbines, two substations, transmission lines connecting the building to maintain the Krnovo, for which the contract was signed by the Montenegrin Government and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

The construction of wind farms in Krnovo is worth 120 million. euros and when it is completed wind farm will have an annual production of 200-230 GWh.

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