WPD Windmanager takes over running of Kelag’s wind farm in Croatia

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Germany’s WPD Windmanager said it has taken over the operational management of the 11.5-megawatt (MW) Jasenice wind farm in Croatia, owned by Austrian energy firm Kelag, Renewables Now reports. 

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WPD Windmanager has been responsible for the technical management, as well as for the administrative coordination and the reporting obligations for the wind farm since July 2019, it said in a statement.

The wind farm is located in Jasenice village, some 40 km northeast of the Adriatic tourist port town of Zadar, Renewables Now added.

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