In Zaporozhzhya region at the Primorska wind farm, the first 7 wind mills were set into operation. “Start-up complexes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 10” began to work on February 01, 2019, writes a regional publication.
The construction of each stage involves the installation of one wind mill (turbine), laying of 35 kW cable and fire alarm cable control lines. At Primorska wind farm, it is planned to install 26 turbines of the 3 MW class.
After the launch of the last start-up complex, the total capacity of the wind farm will be 200 MW. Each year, the wind farm will produce 650-700 million kWh.
Earlier, DTEK and General Electric signed an agreement for the supply, installation and further maintenance of innovative wind turbines. By 2020, the commissioning of two stages of the Primorska wind farm of 100 MW each is planned.
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