Wpd plans 1.9 GW in Black Sea off Romania
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German wpd AG has applied to develop two offshore wind farms in the Black Sea off the coast of Romania with total capacity of about 1,900 MW (megawatt), according to a report by Renews.biz.
Wpd said it has set up separate project companies to build the 500-MW Black Sea 1 and up to 1.4 GW (gigawatt) Black Sea 2 projects.
The company said it is in close exchange with governmental authorities to support the drafting of the country's offshore wind law.
The company has been active in Romania since 2009 and, in addition to the two offshore projects, has further projects for onshore wind onshore with a total capacity of 1.3 GW under development.
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