Wind Power News: Croatia
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A 650 tonne crawler crane overturned on a wind farm in Croatia on Thursday in what was said to be ‘hurricane force’ winds. The crane, which looks like relatively new Demag CC3800, is owned by Zagrebtrans, and was working on HEP’s Korlat wind Farm to the North West of Benkovac – between Zadar and Split – not far from the Adriatic coast. The high winds moved in on Wednesday night and took the out of service crane over. The crane . . . Complete story »
[Fifty meters of steel crumpled like paper] Zadarska županija među vodećima je u proizvodnji struje iz obnovljivih izvora, mahom vjetroelektrana. No njih je sada – jedna manje. U prvom u Hrvatskoj podignutom vjetroparku iznad paške Solane, sinoć se, usred jake bure, srušila vjetroelektrana. Teška 35 tona, strujom može opskrbiti i do 600 kućanstava. Šteta je oko 600 tisuća eura. Preostalih šest u punom je pogonu i nisu primijećena oštećenja. Direktor Vjetroelektrane Pag Tonći Panza izjavio je kako je jučer na . . . Complete story »