Wind Turbines Go Up in Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia [] To better utilize Serbia’s renewable sources of energy, one of several projects under way in Vojvodina to implement wind power is Re-energy, which plans to construct 11 wind turbines in the next three years, worth 30 million Euros. Veljko Jankovi?, Re-energy’s general manager, said a pilot project with 1.1-megawatt strength will be built first. “The turbine is 75 meters high and weighs 1,200 tons. It will service 1,200 households,” he said.
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