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Wind park ZD2P gets construction permit

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November 3, 2015

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Croatian company Kunovac has received a permit from the Ministry of Construction and Spatial Planning for its wind project with planned installed capacity of up to 48 MW, SeeNews reported.

The construction of the power plant near the Adriatic town of Zadar, should be carried out in three phases – the first should see the deployment of three turbines, planned to be installed in the next two phases, official documents posted on the ministry’s website indicated.

Total installed capacity for renewable energy generation in Croatia amounted to 365.5 MW as of September 1, 2014, the latest data available on the website of energy market operator Hrote showed. There was 297.3 MW of wind power generation capacity, followed by solar with 30.1 MW and high-efficiency cogeneration plants with 13.3 MW.

Croatia targets a minimum share of renewable energy sources in total final energy consumption of 20% by 2020.

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