Austria's Ivicom, Slovenia's H-Planet to build 150 MW wind farm in Serbia

Wind turbines. Image by: Vattenfall AB.

BELGRADE (Serbia), October 14 (SeeNews) - Serbian company VE Rakova Bara, a subsidiary of Austria's Ivicom and Slovenia's H-Planet plan to build a 150 MW wind farm in the municipality of Kucevo, in eastern Serbia, documents posted on the municipality's website showed on Thursday.

The wind farm will have 30 wind generators with a maximum height of 210 metres to the top of the blade, a study for the development of a detailed regulation plan for the area shows.

A new 110 kV transmission line is planned to be built to connect to the 440 kV line that passes south of the wind farm site, according to the document.

Ivicom holds a 70% stake in the capital of VE Rakova Bara, a company established in May 2021, while the remainder is controlled by H-Planet, according to data by Serbia's business register.

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