Construction works for Krnovo wind project about to launch


April 13, 2015






April 13, 2015





Early May is set for the start of the development of first electricity generation system powered by wind in Montenegro, the country’s Economy Ministry told to Vikend novine.

The paper reminded that Možur hill project near Bar is uncertain, as the investor backed out.

Akuo Energy company, France’s leading independent producer of renewable energy, says on its website that Krnovo plant shall have 30 turbines with an overall capacity of 72 MW. The expected yearly production is 160 GWh, the paper said.

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