Wind parks planned for Senica district

A series of new wind-powered electricity-generating units are planned for the Senica district in western Slovakia. The company Ventureal Slovakia, s.r.o., has announced plans to build a wind park costing between Sk2.5 billion and Sk3.6 billion, with 22 to 31 wind power units, in an area near to the villages of Letničie, Petrova Ves, Šaštín-Stráže, Štefanov and Unín. The park should generate between 60 and 85 megawatts (MW) of electricity. Another company, Enairgy Veterná Energia, s.r.o., has announced plans to erect wind power generators in an area near to the villages of Hradište pod Vrátnou and Osuské. The development will cost between Sk950 million to Sk1.1 billion, with 10 to 17 wind power generators producing a total of 20 to 22 MW. Environmental impact assessments are now being evaluated.

A series of new wind-powered electricity-generating units are planned for the Senica district in western Slovakia. The company Ventureal Slovakia, s.r.o., has announced plans to build a wind park costing between Sk2.5 billion and Sk3.6 billion, with 22 to 31 wind power units, in an area near to the villages of Letničie, Petrova Ves, Šaštín-Stráže, Štefanov and Unín. The park should generate between 60 and 85 megawatts (MW) of electricity. Another company, Enairgy Veterná Energia, s.r.o., has announced plans to erect wind power generators in an area near to the villages of Hradište pod Vrátnou and Osuské. The development will cost between Sk950 million to Sk1.1 billion, with 10 to 17 wind power generators producing a total of 20 to 22 MW. Environmental impact assessments are now being evaluated.

Ventureal plans to start construction of its wind park in August this year, and begin operating in November of next year. Enairgy Veterna Energia wants to start construction in July this year. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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