Eurowind Energy initiates construction of 48 MW wind farm in Romania

Eurowind Energy, a Danish developer and operator of wind, solar, and hybrid projects, has begun the construction of a 48 MW wind farm in Pecineaga, scheduled to be operational in the first quarter of 2025. This project, mentioned in a press release by AGERPRES, will produce approximately 176,000 MWh/year, supplying green energy to around 48,000 households. The total investment required for this wind farm is 79 million euros.

Adrian Dobre, the country manager of Romania Eurowind Energy, expressed enthusiasm for the Pecineaga wind farm, stating it is their most substantial endeavor in Romania and demonstrates their commitment and confidence in the local market. After a decade of stagnation in the sector, they are pleased to commence construction on this significant project, which will feature the largest wind turbines ever installed in Romania, provided by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, a Spanish manufacturer.

Eurowind Energy’s ambition extends further, as they have a pipeline of projects amounting to approximately 4GW designed for Romania. In addition to the Pecineaga wind farm, the company has successfully developed other renewable energy projects in the country, including photovoltaic parks in Halchiu and Măgurele (both built in 2013), and Pufesti (built in 2012). Furthermore, the company plans to begin constructing an agrovoltaic park in Teiuș, spanning 80 hectares, starting in October of this year, with an expected operational launch next year. Headquartered in Hobro, Denmark, Eurowind Energy aims to shape a future powered entirely by renewable energy, investing in projects that contribute to this sustainable vision.

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