Iberdola builds wind towers in Hungary
Spanish Iberdrola will start building a wind power plant in Ikervár (Zala County) next spring according to daily Napi Gazdaság. With the capacity of 27 megawatt and consisting of 13 towers, the power plant is a €225 million investment.
As a result of five years of preparations, now the construction has all permits. The only open question is the brand of the towers to be installed, as presently there is a huge demand for these products, and manufacturers supply the bigger orders first. The tenth biggest global energy provider Iberdrola is planning to make further investments in Hungary to extend its capacity to total 158 megawatt. (NG)
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