09/08/09 15:22

28 MW wind energy project in Romania

On the west coast of the Black Sea, in the Dobrogea region, the first foundations for all in all 35 wind turbines of the type Enercon E-53 with 0,8 MW output each are under construction since June 2009.

The according project developer and construction supervisor is the Romanian company New Energy Grup SRL (NEG) in Constanta, RO. Its managing director, Marian Turbatu, commented: „Until end of August, we are working on completing seven foundations. We expect the first turbines to be erected end of September.“ These Enercon generators will be the first new wind turbines in Romania, as up to now, only used turbines were erected in the country.

Until end of this year, it is planned that 20 of the 35 wind turbines will be erected and put into operation step by step. In the upcoming year, 15 more turbines are to be erected as well. The aim is to connect all 35 turbines to the grid until autumn 2010. Then, the installed total output of the wind farms amounts to 28 MW.

The company Clean Energy Development SRL (CED) from Constanta is the owner of the wind farms and takes over controlling and operational management.

The German company Energy Competence Centre GmbH (ECC) in Berlin was charged with preparatory due diligence tasks and quality control of the documentation of the projects. Commenting on the cooperation between the companies, managing director of CED SRL, Andreas Blutke, says: „I am very satisfied with the reliable and in content excellent work of ECC. Many of the technical and documentary details could be developed and completed due to the profound and approved skills of the employees. With ECC CED has found a good cooperation partner! “

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