Enel Green Power Launches Two Wind Farms in Romania
BUCHAREST (Romania), December 30 (SeeNews) – Enel Green Power, part of Italy’s Enel Group, said that earlier this month it put into operation its Corugea wind farm and the first 25 MW of its 48 MW Moldova Noua wind farm in Romania.
The Corugea plant, located in southeastern Romania, consists of 35 V-90 wind turbines of 2.0 megawatts (MW) each, for a total installed capacity of 70 MW, Enel Green Power said in a statement on Thursday.
The plant is able to generate around 190 million kilowatt hours (kWh) annually, enough to meet the energy needs of approximately 70,000 households and avoid the atmospheric emission of more than 130,000 metric tonnes of CO2 annually.
Enel Green Power has connected to the Romanian grid the Moldova Noua wind farm in the northeast.
Following the completion of the plant, Enel Green Power’s total installed capacity in Romania will reach 292 MW.
Such capacity will be able to generate around 620 million kWh each year, meeting the energy needs of approximately 230,000 households and avoiding the annual atmospheric emission of more than 430,000 tonnes of CO2, the company said.