German investors are to launch a major wind power investment in central Hungary’s Tamási.
The largest wind farm in Hungary will be implemented near Tamási in Tolna County by Cuxhaven-based Plambeck Neue Energien AG and Dresden-based GM Umwelt- und Enegriewirtchaft GmbH, daily Napi Gazdaság was informed. The Hungarian affiliate of Plambeck will invest €50 million to build 14 turbines, on 105-meter-high Vestas-type wind towers with a capacity of 2 megawatts each. The farm will be implemented on an area of 700 hectares north of Tamási and the electricity will be sold to local suppliers. Until 2011, the two German firms want to build 9 wind farms in Hungary with a total investment of €365 million and a nominal capacity of 260 megawatts, said Hans E. Gollan-Möller, managing director of the company to local paper, Tolnai Népújság. (Napi Gazdaság)