Čibuk 1 wind farm,
the largest wind farm in Serbia
57 wind turbines
158 MW installed capacity
Up to 475GWh electricity per year
Powers 113,000 homes
Displaces more than 370,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year
Čibuk 1 wind farm is a utility scale onshore wind farm in Serbia. Due for completion in 2019, the 158 megawatt (MW) capacity Čibuk 1 wind farm will be the largest utility-scale commercial wind project in Serbia and the Western Balkans.
Our main concern in development of the Čibuk wind park is to abide by all legal norms and regulations in force in Serbia and Europe and to respect the highest standards in protection of environment. To achieve this objective the investor has engaged the leading international and local experts in the field of ecology.
As a part of Social Investment Plan and Corporate Social Responsibility throughout the years, the WEBG supported activities connected with smaller projects like improvement of infrastructure, upgrading education and sport programs, supporting vulnerable groups (elder population, persons with special needs, youth and children), activities to preserve environment, local traditions and customs, to promote the European values, the respect of law, transparency and battle against discrimination. Majority of projects were realized through the Local Communities of Mramorak, Dolovo, Vladimirovac and Bavaniste.