New Report Published about the Central East Europe (CEE) and South East Europe (SEE) Wind Power Market

 

/9th June 2018, by Renewable Market Watch™/

 

Energy is definitely the driving force of our society. Exploring issues such as climate change, an increasing dependence on oil and other fossil fuels, and rising energy costs are causing us to rethink the wаy we produce and consume it. In this respect, renewable energy sources represent an important part of the solution towards a sustainable energy future.

Some of the Central East Europe (CEE) and South East Europe (SEE) countries countries have therefore made a commitment to raise the share of renewable energy by 2020 or 2030 as well as to increase the level of biofuels in transport fuel to by 2020. Reaching these targets in practice means that everyone needs to do their share.

Čibuk 1 wind farm is a utility scale onshore wind farm under development in Serbia, which is currently under construction. Due for completion in 2019, the 158 megawatt (MW) capacity Čibuk 1 wind farm will be the largest utility-scale commercial wind project in Serbia and the Western Balkans. On completion, Čibuk 1 will be Masdar’s fourth wind farm in Europe after the 630MW London Array, one of the world’s largest offshore wind farm in operation, the 402MW Dudgeon offshore wind farm in England, and the 30 MW Hywind Scotland, the world’s first commercial scale floating wind power development situated off the coast of Aberdeenshire.

Chinese construction company Norinco is investing 160 million euros in a 156 MW wind farm in Croatia. The wind farm, located in Senj, in the north of the country, will have 39 turbines and will create at least 100 jobs, with several Croatian subcontractors set to be used to carry out part of the project. The 156-MW wind farm, consisting of thirty-nine 4-MW turbines will spread over 45 square kilometres. Construction should be completed in two years and the wind farm should be operating for 23 years. Estimated annual output is 530 million kWh.

Renewable energy is already helping to generate the electricity that we use every day when we turn on a light or watch television. The fact that CEE & SEE energy markets have been opened up to greater competition also gives you, the consumer, the chance to choose electricity suppliers that use more renewable energy sources. Under legislation, some of the CEE & SEE countries have set national targets for the proportion of electricity consumption that should come from renewable energy. If they all achieved these targets, over a fifth of our electricity consumption in the CEE & SEE region might be produced from renewable energy by 2020. However, increased efforts are still needed to achieve this target.

Renewable Market Watch™ published the new report Central East and South East Europe Wind Power Market Outlook 2018÷2027. The purpose of this report is to present the results of our wind power sector analysis in all the 17 countries in this area. 

 

The more information about wind power market in the Central East Europe (CEE) and South East Europe (SEE), including full contact details of wind farm project owners and developers you may read here: Central East and South East Europe Wind Power Market Outlook 2018÷2027

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