Nordex Group, a German wind turbine manufacturer, has secured a 105 MW turbine supply order for the Krivaca wind farm in Serbia. The Krivaca wind project is located in the municipalities of Golubac, Kucevo, and Veliko Gradiste in eastern Serbia. It will have the capacity to generate 310 GWh of clean energy per year, which is approximately 1 per cent of the country’s total power consumption.
Nordex will deliver 22 of its N149 turbines in the 4.8 MW operating mode as part of the contract in early 2023. Under a premium service contract, the company will also maintain the wind turbines for a period of 25 years. Ivicom, an Austrian wind farm developer, is constructing the Krivaca wind farm, which will be the first in eastern Serbia. By the end of 2023, the wind project should be operational. Once completed, it will be operated by the MK Group and the Slovenian ALFI Green Energy Fund.
In October 2021, Nordex won an order for fourteen N149/4.X turbines from Eksim Holding of Istanbul, Turkey, for the latter’s first wind project in Ukraine. A premium service contract for a duration of 15 years is also included in the order. The Skole wind farm will be erected near the city of Skole in West Ukraine, with a total capacity of 67.2 MW. The turbines are expected to be installed in March 2022.