The EBRD supports the construction of Kosovo’s largest wind farm

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The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), with a loan of EUR 58 million, is helping Kosovo build a 105 MW Bajgora wind farm.

This is half of the total project north of the country owned by Sowi Kosovo, while the rest will be provided by Erste Group Bank and NLB Bank with the support of German export financing agency Euler Hermes.

When completed, that largest wind farm in Kosovo, a major step forward in the energy transition there, will account for approximately 10 percent of the country’s installed capacity, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 247,000 tons annually, the EBRD said.

Sowi Kosovo is majority owned by the Israeli renewable energy company Enlight Renewable Energy.


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