Serbia's NIS, Swiss-based MET join forces in wind farm project

22/03/2019 09:21 Wind

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Switzerland-based MET Group said on Thursday its wholly-owned subsidiary MET Renewables and Serbian oil and gas group NIS have set up a joint venture for the construction of a 102 MW wind farm in northern Serbia.

Construction works will begin in 2019, so the wind farm is expected to be fully operational in 2021, MET Group said in an e-mailed statement.

 

The wind farm, to be operated by the 50/50 joint venture named NIS–MET Energowind, will consist of 34 wind turbines. It will be built next to the Serbian municipality of Plandiste, in the province of Vojvodina.

Source: renewablesnow.com

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