November 18 (Renewables Now) - US-Turkish firm Windflow East has proposed to build a wind farm of around 180 MW of installed capacity near the town of Petrovac na Mlavi in eastern Serbia, the local municipal authority said.
The project, named Gornjak, is still in early development. So far, the plan is to use 30 Siemens Gamesa wind turbines of 6.2 MW each, but the final technological solution is yet to be decided on, according to a document outlining site planning in the area.
The municipal government has invited members of the public to comment on the site plans.
Windflow East was established in the Serbian capital Belgrade in May 2021 as a company dedicated to power production. Its shareholders are US-based Sunflow Holdings LLC, which owns a 70% stake, and Turkey-based Vulcanus Enerji Yatirim AS controlling the remaining 30%, according to Serbia’s business registry.