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Presentation for the third MF Comenius meeting in UK - made by Roxana Cocean - on wind power energy in Romania (March 2013).

Presentation for the third MF Comenius meeting in UK - made by Roxana Cocean - on wind power energy in Romania (March 2013).

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    • Romania has areas with strong wind for producing energy so people can createwind farms there. Until December 2010, Romania added around 440 MW to itsinstalled wind capacity from two wind farms: Fântânele- Cogealac and the EDPPeştera.The Fântânele- Cogealac Wind Farm has been completed in 2012 and was thelargest in Europe at that time .
    • According to this energy map, "green" potential of Romaniaincludes 17% wind energy.
    • Romania has a wind-power potential of around 14,000 MW andan energy-generating capacity of 23 terawatt-hours. Thecountrys wind power capacity that can be assimilated by thenational transport grid is between 3,000 MW and 9,000 MWwhile, only in the last two years, the total power of the requestsfor connecting to it was about 22.800 MW. The Dobrogea region(next to the Black Sea), which consists of Constanţa and Tulceacounties, has the second-highest wind potential in Europe.
    • Presentation made by Roxana Cocean, 8th grade, from Magura School.