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Wind farms in Croatia

for the eTwinning project Sustainable energy - clean energy for the future, OŠ Vladimira Nazora, Pribislavec, Croatia, teacher: Iva Naranđa
by

Dina Sabol

on 13 September 2013

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Wind power plant in Croatia
wind power Vrataruška in Senj
wind power Bruška in Benkovec
wind power Trtar-Krtolin in Šibenik
wind power Crno Brdo in Šibenik
wind power Orlice in Šibenik
wind power Velika Popina in Gračac
wind power Ravne 1 on Pag
wind power Pometeno Brdo in Dugopolje
Wind power plant in Croatia started its development in 1988. The measurement of some wind characteristics (speed, direction,
frequency) showed that Adriatic area of the continent is better for exploitation of the wind energy.
79 wind turbines operate and deliver around 383 GWh electricity annually.
Croatia plans construction of 7 new wind powers.
New wind power plants will be built in Čićarija, Ponikve, Trogir, Slano, Dubrovnik and two wind power plants in Šibenik.
Currently, there are
8
wind farms in Croatia which operate normally and deliver electricity to the Croatian power system.
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CROATIAN WIND POWER PLANT HISTORY
CROATIAN WIND POWER :
Wind power Ravne 1 on the island of Pag is the first wind power which began operating in 2004. Last wind power which started working was Pometeno Brdo in April 2012.
PLANS THE CONSTRUCTION
OF WIND POWER?
Wind power projects have been mostly interesting for Dalmatia: Zadar, Šibenik-Knin, Split and Dubrovnik.
PREPARED BY DINA SABOL,
13 years old,
Primary school Vladimir Nazor Pribislavec
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