Generating electricity from wind power
Wind is set to become the main source of electricity in Europe by 2030, and Petrol is contributing to this by designing, building and operating wind farms.LEARN ABOUT OTHER SOLUTIONS WITH RES
Wind, a renewable energy source
Why wind farms?
A competitive and fast-growing source of energy
Geographical location of wind farms
Wind farm planning
Wind power for low-carbon mobility
With renewables towards energy self-sufficiency
Petrol wind farms
Glunča Wind Farm
The Glunča Wind Farm is built near Šibenik in Croatia. It consists of nine turbines, each with a rated capacity of 2.3 MW. Each blade is 53 metres long, with an overall rotor diameter of 108 metres. The entire plant has a total rated capacity of 20.7 MW and an annual electricity production of 45–50 GWh, enough to meet the needs of around 15,000 average households.
Ljubač Wind Farm
The Ljubač Wind Farm is built near Knin in Croatia. The wind farm consists of nine wind turbines with a roto diameter of 131 meters. Each turbine has a rated power of 3.6 MW, giving a total capacity of just over 32 MW. The expected annual energy production of the wind farm is 96 GWh, which is sufficient for 30,000 average household consumers.