Radramo Power gets permit for 393 MW wind project in Romania

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Romanian energy company Radramo Power obtained a permit for a 393-MW (megawatt) wind farm in the eastern commune of Pestera, news portal SeeNews reported, citing data from the country's power grid operator Transelectrica.

Located in Constanta County, Pestera 2 wind farm is due to become operational in 2025, according to Transelectrica's website.

The permit allows the wind farm to be connected to the national electricity network by March 2022. 

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