Serbia’s onshore wind capacity ‘to reach 542MW by 2025’

Serbia’s onshore wind capacity is expected to soar in the next 10 years. A new report forecasts installed wind capacity to increase from just 20MW last year to an estimated […]

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By Jacqueline Echevarria

Serbia’s onshore wind capacity is expected to soar in the next 10 years.

A new report forecasts installed wind capacity to increase from just 20MW last year to an estimated 542MW by 2025.

It also expects capacity to increase fivefold to 122MW by the end of this year.

Serbia aims to produce 27% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020.

Sneha Susan Elias, GlobalData’s Analyst covering power said: “As wind is the cheapest form of renewable energy, apart from mini hydro, Serbia is seeking to take advantage of this power source as the country bids to become part of the European Union and achieve [the] target.”