CWP Europe to build 300 MW wind farm in Serbia

CWP Europe to build Vetrozelena wind farm in Serbia, consisting of 48 turbines and planned installed capacity of 300 MW. The project’s electricity output will reduce CO2 emissions by around 820,000 tons every year and supply more than 185,000 households with green electricity. Vetrozelena wind farm will be the largest wind power plant in the country upon its completion in 2025.

The investment deal in the 300 MW wind farm creates favorable conditions for further advancements of renewables in Serbia and is a clear sign that the country is now on a path to diversify its energy mix. The two companies are in a unique position to collaborate and combine global knowledge and specific local experience.

CWP Europe is a leading company for the development of renewable energy projects in Southeast Europe. Over the past 15 years, CWP has invested in sustainable development and energy transition in the region and has already successfully realized some of the largest wind farms in the region, including the largest wind farm in Europe – the 600 MW Fântânele-Cogealac in Romania. It is currently developing over 6 GW of renewable energy capacity in Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Moldova, and Ukraine. CWP Europe is a joint venture between CWP, a leading global renewable energy company, and Mercuria Energy Trading, one of the world’s largest independent energy traders with more than $140 billion of revenue.

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