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Spain’s Copisa to build another wind park in Romania


Spanish construction company Copisa won a contract for building a wind farm in Chirnogeni, in Constanta County. The project is worth EUR 8mln, works will take five months and require the installation of 32 air generators of 2.5 megawatts each. Copisa will also built an access road of 25km, with ditches and electric wires installed throughout its length. This is the third wind park built by Copisa in Romania, after the two stages of Mihai Viteazu wind farm construction, in Dobrogea. Copisa, which has its own subsidiary in Romania, based in Bucharest, is active in the construction industry for over 50 years, with experience in industrial , infrastructure, real estate development projects and support services for construction. The company is headquartered in Barcelona and carries out its activity especially in Europe, North Africa, Middle East, Central America and South America.