The city of Pancevo and companies Wellbury-Bela Anta and Balkana have signed a contract to develop two wind farms with a wind power capacity of 170 MW and counting around 60 wind turbines.
“Pancevo will have great benefits from this wind farm, namely by using ecologically clean energy and 0.5% of gross income from the electricity sales within the next 25 years. In addition, all construction work will be carried out by Pancevo-based companies” said Deputy Mayor Dusan Mrvos after the contract was signed.
Miodrag Obradovic, representative of Welbury-Bela Anta, said that Pancevo was among the first cities in Serbia to recognize the importance of renewable sources of energy. According to recently-passed regulation, 1 kWh of wind power generated electricity will cost about