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Largest windmill in Europe near Darlowo  

Credit:  www.poland.pl 14 January 2011 ~~

The largest complex of wind farms in Europe will be built near Koszalin – says the daily newspaper “Rzeczpospolita” (The Republic).

250 MW wind power plant will have a capacity to produce a quarter of all wind energy generated in Poland. The first current will flow from the new wind farm this year.

In order to finance the first stage, the loan has been signed for PLN 240 million. Additional PLN 140 million will be provided by the wind farm operator partners.

It is not coincidence that Darlowo Energy Centre is going to be located by the sea. That is where effectiveness of such plant will be the largest in Poland.

Thanks to the new complex, production of renewable energy in Poland will increase by 11 percent compared to 2009 – states “Rzeczpospolita”.
(AG)

Source:  www.poland.pl 14 January 2011

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