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May 22, 2022

E.ON develops three wind farms worth EUR 200 M

Germany’s power and gas company E.ON, with a Romanian operations turnover in excess of EUR 1 bln, is developing three wind farms in Vaslui County, an investment of up to EUR 200 M if the company decides to purchase new equipment, Ziarul Financiar reports. According to data supplied by Romanian national power transporter Transelectrica, the farms concerned will yield 30 MW, 46 MW and 36 MW power respectively and have already obtained national grid plug-in authorizations, one of the first required towards such investment. Despite being of average size, the farms would be able to supply electricity to more than 110,000 homes at an average yearly rate of 200 KWh. The German company showed an interest in wind farm investments as early as last year, with the three Vaslui projects the first concrete steps in this respect.

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