Belgian company Electrawinds, present on the Romanian market of renewable energy, will construct a wind farm producing over 100 MW near Harsova (Constanta County), the second operated by the company in Romania, Mediafax reports. The project will cover 1,262 hectares and will have the capacity of 103.5 MW. The construction cost per MW of wind energy amounts to EUR 1.2-1.5 M, according to market information. The wind park will have 45 wind turbines provided by the Germans of Siemens, according to the environment report of the project. In the same area there are other wind farms, in various degrees of completion, with a cumulated power in excess of 600 MW (almost the power of one reactor of the Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant, which generates 700 MW). Electrawinds completed its first wind farm in Romania in 2010, at Topolog (Tulcea County), and plans to operate a total wind energy capacity of 200 MW on the local market. The Belgians also devised the project of a solar energy field with a capacity of 10 MW. The wind farms already operational in Romania have a total power of approximately 1,200 MW.