Fantanele Wind Farm, Constanta, Romania

The energy project developed by CEZ, Fantanele – Cogealac Wind Farm is the largest land wind farm in Europe, with a capacity of 600 MW, representing approximately double the expansion capacity of the largest ever existing wind farm in Europe and almost triple of the largest wind farm currently operating in Europe.
The project will become operational in several stages.

Part of the Fantanele Wind Farm is designed for a final power of 347.5 MW, with a total of 139 turbines grouped in 4 areas: Fantanele East, Fantanele West1, Fantanele West2 and Fantanele West3. In each area, a 110/33kV transformer station is built, equipped with an 80 MVA transformer. All these stations are interconnected with a 110 kV underground cable network to the 110/400 kV Main Transformer Station built in the Tariverde area. The 110/400 kV station is equipped with three 250 MVA transformers. The Cogealac Wind Farm, with a power of 2265 MW, is connected to this station.

The works contracted by Energobit are:

  • 33 kV cable networks which ensure the turbines’ connection to the 110/33 kV stations.
    Each of the four areas was divided into 4 lines of 33 kV. 8-10 turbines are connected to a 33 kV line
  • 110 kV cable networks between 110/33 kV and 400/110 kV (MTS) stations
  • FO networks for controlling and supervising the operation of the turbine equipment and substations
  • 110/33 kV substations
  • SCADA system for the supervision and control of the substations
LocationFantanele, Constanta
Type of workTurnkey project
Installed power347.5 MW
Voltage levelHigh Voltage, Medium Voltage
Year of completion2009

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