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The first windmills in Serbia

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Mayor of Tutin Bajro Gegić said he plans to end the year in the municipality be built seven windmills, because local Elektromreza can accept electricity from wind farms so.

The construction of windmills in Tutin SlovenianSerbian company Hydro vind has invested around one million euros, and the municipality provided the land. According to the President of Tutin municipality, the municipality has signed agreements with that company for the construction of 30 wind farms, but before the realization of these investments need to finish the reconstruction of power supply to be able to accept all the energy produced.

Mayor of Tutin said that the construction of windmills in that area residents have a stable electricity supply, stressing the importance of obtaining a clean “ energy from wind.

Serbia it is possible to join some 1,000 megawatts of installed capacity of wind power, and investors are willing to invest about 1.5 billion euros for the construction of wind farms in Serbia. Regulation of incentives for the production of electricity from renewable sources is valid until 2012. years and they are 9.5 euro cents per kilowatt-hour, for a total of 450 megawatts. In Europe, wind energy is mostly used by Germans, Spaniards and Danes.

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