RP Global launches 43.7 MW Danilo wind farm in Croatia
Austrian privately-held power producer RP Global Group said it has launched its 43.7 megawatt (MW) Danilo wind farm in Croatia.
The 70 million euro ($95.5 million) wind farm has the capacity to supply around 22,000 households with clean energy, as annual production is expected to reach 100 gigawatt hours, RP Global said in a statement made available to SeeNews on Monday.
Danilo wind farm is located 15 kilometres away from the southern town of Sibenik. It was financed with the proceeds of a loan from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), UniCredit Bank and local Zagrebacka Banka.
RP Global also said it plans to start the construction of the 34.2 MW Rudine wind park, near the Adriatic town of Dubrovnik, during the summer. The project is also backed by the IFC and UniCredit.