At the end of Q1, Enel Green Power will reach an installed capacity of approximately 300 MW in its wind farms, thus becoming the second-largest developer on the market judging by installed power, Mediafax informs. The 292 MW will be installed in four wind farms that the Italian group owns in Tulcea County and another wind farm it owns in Caras-Severin County. Enel Green Power started building its first wind farm in Romania in 2010, in Tulcea County. “We will surely build more here, we won’t stop, but I can’t tell you more,” Carlo Pignoloni, general manager Enel Green Power Romania, stated yesterday. Czech group CEZ is the largest wind power developer in Romania, having an installed capacity of 300 MW in two wind farms in Constanta County, half of the capacity it plans to have. Energias de Portugal is another company that invested in wind farms, having an installed capacity of 228 MW in Constanta County. In the next two years, Energias de Portugal seeks to install another 141 MW in wind farms.