CWP is developing the Vetrozelena wind farm in the municipality of Pančevo, 40 km outside Serbia’s capital, Belgrade. The project will include 48 turbines and once construction and commissioning are completed at the beginning of 2025, Vetrozelena will be the largest wind farm in Serbia.
The estimated expected annual gross production of the entire wind farm is around 750 GWh, which will be enough to supply more than 185,000 households with green electricity.
Electricity produced by the Vetrozelena wind farm will significantly contribute to reducing air pollution in the country and support the Republic of Serbia in achieving its energy goals, namely increasing the share of renewable energy in its total energy mix. The production of electricity from the Vetrozelena wind farm will reduce CO2 emissions in Serbia by approximately 820,000 tons each year.
In addition to the positive impact on the environment, the socio-economic impact of the implementation of the Vetrozelena project will be very important for the municipality, taking into account the fact that a significant part of the investment will be directed to the local community. This includes but is not limited to: purchase of land from farmers for the installation of wind turbines, roads and transmission lines, jobs at different stages of project development, production and operations, as well as service activities, sports, cultural and educational projects and more.
Throughout project development, CWP is guided by the highest global and European quality and conduct standards, in order to contribute in the best possible way to the accelerated and overall development of the municipality of Pančevo and its transformation into a green energy hub for the region.