Spanish Energy Company to Build Two Wind Farms in Dalmatia

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Photo: Elena Zhuravleva/Pexels

One wind farm would be built in Split-Dalmatia County and the other in Šibenik-Knin County. The value of the investment is close to €100 million.

The two wind farms will have a total of 16 wind turbines generating 203 GWh of clean energy annually, enough to meet the needs of around 60,000 households, the company said on Monday. Once operational in 2024, they will reduce CO2 emissions by 135,000 tonnes a year, it added.

The two projects are called Opor and Boraja II.

Acciona Energía won the contract in a tender launched by the Croatian energy market operator (HROTE) and the Croatian government. The contract was signed for 12 years.

Acciona Energía has been operating the Jelinak wind farm in Split-Dalmatia County since 2013.

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