EDPR Wins Grid-Connection Permit for 226-MW Romanian Wind Project
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The Romanian arm of Portugal's EDP SA has secured technical approval for the grid connection of a 226.5-MW wind farm in Romania, according to data by local power grid operator Transelectrica, cited by daily Ziarul Financiar.
EDPR Romania is planning to invest more than EUR 200 million in the scheme in Ialomița County, the southeastern part of the country.
The plant is expected to start feeding electricity into the grid in 2025. In March, EDPR committed to executing green energy projects with a combined capacity of 1 GW (gigawatt) in Romania, building on its existing investments in the country, estimated at some EUR 750 million.
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