4.6 MW Wind Power Plant, Poland
|Total installed capacity||4.6 MW|
|Turbine type||Enercon E-82|
|Number of turbines||2|
|Tower height||98 m|
|Rotor diameter||82 m|
The wind farm Stramnica is located in northern Poland, about three kilometers southeast of Kolobrzeg and four kilometers south of the Baltic coastline, in the vicinity of RP Global's Kukinia project. It consists of two wind turbines of 2.3 MW each. The site elevation is about 40 meters above sea level. The land consists mostly of flat plains with forest areas, open farmland and rural housing.The investment cost of this project was provided by the Raiffeisen Bank Polska. Stramnica was co-financed by the European Union from the Cohesion Fund under the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment. It reduces greenhouse gas emissions by about 10,678 tons of CO2-equivalent per year.
Stramnica became operational in 2011.