New Adamclisi & Deleni wind farms will create one of Europe’s largest onshore wind projects

In partnership with Low Carbon, Rezolv will construct two onshore wind farms in Romania with a combined capacity of up to 600MW. Together with Rezolv’s recently announced 450MW Vis Viva wind farm and 1,044MW Arad solar farm, the business now has more than 2GW of renewable energy projects in late-stage development.

Sharing the same grid connection point, the two new wind farms will be located in the communes of Adamclisi & Deleni in Romania’s Constanta county. The sites will benefit from the region’s exceptional natural wind resources, flat terrain, and energy interconnection. Once operational, the wind farms will generate enough clean energy to power more than 332,000 homes and avoid approximately 220,000 tonnes of CO2e annually, making a significant contribution to both Romania’s and the European Union’s environmental targets for 2030 and 2050.

Low Carbon has been stewarding the Adamclisi & Deleni projects since 2020, when the investor first entered the transaction with local developers and Nero Renewables NV. Rezolv has now acquired a 51% stake in the projects, which are expected to reach financial close during the second half of 2023.

Energy Type

Wind

Capacity

600MW

Status

Late-stage development

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