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Welcome to Fantanele

Welcome to Fantanele

 

Citeam si citesc in fiecare zi articole, relatari si pareri despre mega-proiectul eolian Fantanele, ba chiar mi-a scris un prieten si pe Facebook.

Cam ce gen de articol e cel mai reprezentativ:
http://www.wall-street.ro/articol/Companii/93039/Parcul-eolian-de-1-1-mld-euro-a-CEZ-va-fi-gata-in-2011.html
sau
http://www.qmagazine.ro/articole/5597/western-de-cogealac.html?

Who's Who

Who's Who

 

Dupa parerea mea, avem de retinut ca, in ciuda dificultatilor, CEZ a reusit sa instaleze si sa dea in folosinta peste o suta de turbine dintr-un proiect de 600 de MW, conceput in doua faze: 139 de turbine intr-o prima faza, „Fantanele Est si Vest”, acum completa, si 101 intr-o etapa ulterioara, pe care intentineaza sa o finalizeze la anul.  E drept ca data finalizarii investitiei pentru faza intai a fost decalata cu cateva luni, dar daca ne uitam la anvergura proiectului si la obstacolele de diferite tipuri cu care s-au confruntat, aceasta intarziere pare mai curand motiv de lauda pentru cat e de redusa.

Drept semn de apreciere pentru succesul colegilor de breasla care au contribuit la acest succes, iata o mica galerie de imagini, pentru care le multumesc bunilor nostri parteneri de munca intru dezvoltarea de proiecte eoliene.

–- English version –

CEZ to complete construction of EUR 1.1bn wind park in 2011

Wall Street, 30 Sep 2010, online:-

The Czech energy group CEZ estimates that the construction of its 600 MW wind farm project in Dobrogea region, in Romania, will be completed in 2011. The investment in the project reaches EUR 1.10bn (USD 1.50bn). The company started construction works at Cogealac wind park, with works expected to be completed in 2011, while at Fantanele wind farm there are already 129 turbines in operation. Recently, CEZ announced that the Cogealac wind park was put ‘on hold’ due to misunderstandings in relation to the construction permits.
Link to original article in Romanian

The latest news about the biggest windfarm developers in Romania

A national newspaper published a full-page article today about what seems to be a feud between the developers of two of the biggest windfarms in Romania. In the red corner, Iberdrola Renovables, who acquired from Eolica Dobrogea and Rokura 1600 MW worth of wind projects in different permitting phases and the project development needed to complete them. All or most of these projects are concentrated between Corbu and Fantanele – Mihai Viteazu. In the blue corner, Tomis Team, the developer of CEZ for the Fantanele-Cogealac mega-project.

The mayor of Cogealac contested in court the building permit of CEZ and thus stopped the construction works, which had already started.

In the same time, Eolica Dobrogea is advancing on the projects of Iberdrola.

There is a chance to see both windfarms connecting to the grid through the same substation, a new 400kV being built nearby, maybe in Tariverde.

In the same time, Martifer is being held back by some mistakes being made in the previous phases of the development: they did not have the rights over all the land that they began to prepare for construction. Apparently, they began some works on a neighbouring property and the whole construction is being held because of legal issues. According to the former GM of Eviva/Martifer Renewables Romania, they should already have some of the turbines connected and productive at the end of last year. The turbines were delivered in the port of Constanta in September 2008, transported to the site and now 100 million euro worth of equipment is laying there, waiting for the legal issues to be solved.

Radu Voinescu

Energie eoliana

Dobrogea e plina…

…cel putin de intentii marete. Am vazut azi harta retelelor pe Tulcea si Constanta, cu capacitatea autorizata in diverse faze. Doar 30 de MW la Fantanele sunt in ultima faza, cu adevarat gata de bagat in priza. Restul e mai mult sau mai putin la stadiu de intentie sau de autorizare intermediara. Multe ATR-uri luate, insa ca sa semnezi Contractul de Racordare trebuie sa arati ca ai sau poti face rost de banii pentru dezvoltarea proiectului, si aici multi „viteji” se ineaca. Mai ales ca ATR-ul e valabil doar 6 luni si se poate prelungi doar o data, cu inca 6. Asa ca cine nu are ATR, sa astepte, ca se va mai elibera peisajul de dezvoltatori cu ghilimele, din care sunt sigur ca stim cu totii cel putin cativa.

Lansez o intrebare-pariu: cati MW credeti ca vom vedea instalati si in functiune la sfarsitul lui 2009? Dar 2010?

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