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Alibunar I wind farm connects to Serbia’s power grid

The Alibunar I wind farm in northern Serbia was connected to the national grid and delivered the first quantities of power in October, regional law firm Karanović & Partners reported earlier this month.

Alibunar I wind farm consists of three three megawatt (MW) wind turbine generators near the city of Vršac.

The wind farm was constructed by Slovenian engineering company Rudis. The electricity produced in the wind farm will be purchased by Slovenian energy company Interenergo on the basis of a long-term purchase power agreement (PPA). Additionally, Interenergo included Balkan Electric in its balancing group.

Karanović & Partners was involved in the legal aspects of the development of the wind farm. The law firm assisted Rudis with the due diligence process, transaction support and ongoing project-related matters after the acquisition. With the consent of Rudis and PLC Interenerfo, Karanović & Partners also advised PLC Interenergo with the PPA for the Alibunar I wind farm.

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