In the weekend Global Wind Service (GWS) crossed the half way point at Alibunar Wind Farm in Serbia when a team of GWS technicians successfully completed the installation of turbine number 12 out of a total of 21.
Senvion awarded GWS with unloading, pre-assembly and installation of the 21 Senvion MM100 turbines. Work commenced at site at the 1st of February with the onloading of the components.
“We are very happy to be working on this project with Senvion in Serbia, thereby elaborating and further strengthening GWS’ engagement in the country’s wind industry, following the establishment of our local business unit in 2017.” said Michael Høj Olsen, GWS Chief Commercial Officer.
Alibunar wind farm is located between Pancevo and Alibunar village,approx. 60 kilometres north of Belgrade – not far from the Čibuk 1wind farm, where GWS is installing 57 GE turbines. The 21 turbines at Alibunar wind farm have a hub height of 100 meters and are rated to produce two megawatts each. Together they will power around 27,600 households on average per year with green energy.