CWP Global creating initially hybrid power plant project in Serbia

Oct 20, 2022 12:56 PM ET
  • CWP Global has actually made progress with 3 new renewable energy projects in Serbia with 680 MW in total power generation capacity. The business's project Lederata Energy will certainly be a hybrid nuclear power plant consisting of a 50 MW solar park, a 100 MW wind farm as well as an energy storage system of 20 MWh.
CWP Global creating initially hybrid power plant project in Serbia
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CWP Global intends to integrate solar and also wind power modern technologies with a storage space as well as install Serbia's initial hybrid power plant. The area of future Lederata Energy centers comprises sites in Požarevac and also Veliko Gradište in the country's eastern. The business estimated the financial investment at EUR 200 million.

According to the news from the company, the project will be built in phases. The beginning of building is prepared for the initial quarter of 2025, while the center needs to be finished as well as commissioned at the start of 2027.

Lederata Energy to produce 380 GWh of electrical power annually

The solar power segment is predicted at 50 MW, while wind turbines would have 100 MW of total capacity. CWP Global claimed the storage space system at Lederata Energy would certainly have 20 MWh. According to the upgrade, the gross annual outcome is estimated at 380 GWh, which can completely cover the electrical energy demand of more than 90,000 houses in Serbia.

The green power generated in this power facilities will reduce CO2 discharges for 410.400 tons annually, which represents straight assistance to Serbia's energy shift procedure, according to CWP Global.

The Assembly of the City of Požarevac just recently voted to start drafting the comprehensive policy prepare for Lederata Energy for 114 hectares. The deadline for the work is 6 months.

Equinox Power solar PV plant will be integrated in Kula

The Municipality of Kula in Serbia's north has actually made a comparable choice for CWP Global's solar energy plant Equinox Power of 80 MW

The comprehensive policy strategy also need to be created within half a year and the location extends 652 hectares in Kula and also Ruski Krstur. The company values the financial investment at EUR 80 million.

The firm plans to start the construction of Equinox Power in the third quarter of 2024, while the completion as well as the works is expected to take place at the end of the same year.

Annual production is estimated at 136 GWh, CWP Global disclosed to Balkan Green Energy News.

Vetrogon wind project of 450 MW.

The firm has additionally proceeded with the Vetrogon, the wind power project with the most significant capacity of all 6 CWP Global's renewable resource projects currently under advancement. The future most significant wind power plant in Serbia will certainly be integrated in the country's north province of Vojvodina in the municipalities of Srbobran and also Bečej.

The center's maximum capacity is planned to be 450 MW, while the value of the financial investment is EUR 600 million, CWP Global said.

The launch of building is scheduled to begin in late 2025. The firm aspires to commission the facility in 2028, early in the year. It introduced that Vetrogon would generate 1.1 TWh per annum.

The Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina has adopted the proposition to generate a spatial prepare for a special purpose location for Vetrogon.

Among other ventures in Serbia, CWP Global is creating prepare for its photovoltaic plants Solarina and Kima Solar, at 150 MW and also 50 MW, respectively, as well as wind farm Vetrozelena, which would have 300 MW in capacity.

The overall capacity of the company's development projects goes beyond 1 GW, or in specific figures, 1,180 MW. CWP Global's portfolio in Serbia is one of the most substantial developer portfolio in a solitary country in the area.

The business claimed it is dealing with renewable resource projects of greater than 2 GW in combined capacity in Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and also Ukraine.

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