$209 wind power investment in Serbia

Construction of Serbia’s first wind farm is set for this summer, with a subsidiary of Gazprom undertaking the development.

Naftna industrija Srbije (NIS) is investing up to $209m in the 102 MW Plandiste wind power plant, which will comprise 34 turbines and an estimated 1.3 GW of estimated potential install capacity.
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According to Windpower Monthly, this will be the first power infrastructure project built in Serbia for the past 25 years and the country's first wind farm.

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