Elicio opens wind farm in Serbia

Elicio opens wind farm in Serbia

Published at: 2018-09-14 09:55 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Elicio opened a new wind farm near the town of Alibunar in northern Serbia. The Belgium company invested €20m in the project, with the World Bank, the International Financial Corporation and several banks securing €60m more. The wind farm has 21 turbines with a total capacity 42 megawatts that will supply energy to 38,000 households. The wind farm is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by 88,000 tons annually. Elicio constructed 30 wind farms in Belgium, France and Kenya.

Similar Stories:

New solar plant to begin operating along Montenegrin coast by 2021
A new 250 MW solar power plant will be developed in Briska Gora, near Ulcinj, along the Mo  »
New solar park construction underway in western Hungary
The Hungarian state owned power company MVM has begun construction on a new solar park in  »
Mytilineos to build 110 MW plant in Slovenia
In a deal valued at €118m, Mytilineos signed on to build a 110 MW heat and power plant i  »
Italian-Saudi consortium to build second phase of Turkish Stream in Bulgaria
Arkad ABB S.p.A. is partnering with Arkad Engineering & Construction Company to expand  »
Energoprojekt as investor is obliged to build a 40,000 sqm railway station, which includes   »