Petrol launches its second wind farm in Croatia

Knin – Slovenian energy company Petrol has opened its second wind farm in Croatia. Ljubač, situated near the town of Knin in south Croatia, has nine turbines, which should generate around 96 gigawatts of electricity a year, covering the needs of 30,000 households. The company built its first wind farm in Croatia, near the coastal town of Šibenik, in 2017. Glunča has nine turbines, which can produce power for 15,000 households. However, the new facility is Petrol’s first project that has been set up without any grants or subsidies, according…

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