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Enel Green Power unveils three new wind farms in Romania

CTBR Staff Writer Published 02 January 2013

Italian renewable energy developer Enel Green Power has commenced operations at three new wind farms in the Dobrogea region of Romania with combined capacity of about 206MW.

The company invested €340m in the construction of the three farms - Elcomex EOL (Zephir I), Targusor (Zephir II) and Gebelesis.

Elcomex EOL is a 120MW wind farm and employs 52 wind turbines to generate around 340 million KWh of energy per annum while the 60MW Targusor wind farm consisting of 26 wind turbines, expected to generate about 170 million KWh of energy.

The 27MW Gebelesis wind farm, in northern Dobrogea, is comprised of five wind turbines of 3MW each and six wind turbines of 2MW to generate around 50 million KWh of energy annually.