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Golubac Marks Milestone with Inauguration of Eastern Serbia’s First Wind Farm

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In a significant development for Serbia’s renewable energy sector, Golubac celebrated the grand opening of the “Krivača” wind farm, marking the region’s first venture into wind energy.

The momentous event, graced by the presence of Prime Minister Miloš Vučević, Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović Handanović, and Slovenian Ambassador Damjan Bergant, signifies a major milestone in the country’s transition towards sustainable energy sources.

The “Krivača” wind farm, a joint effort between Serbian conglomerate MK Group and Slovenian company Alfi Renewables, represents a substantial investment totaling €165 million. With a capacity of 105 megawatts and featuring 22 wind turbines, the farm is poised to generate 310 gigawatt-hours of clean energy annually.

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This significant output is equivalent to powering 75,000 households, showcasing the pivotal role of renewable energy in shaping Serbia’s energy landscape and contributing to global sustainability efforts.

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