Swiss utility Axpo has submitted two onshore wind projects in Romania for planning totalling 250MW.
The two planned wind farms will comprise a total of 38 turbines with construction expected to start at the end of 2023 around 100km north-east and 200km east of Bucharest respectively.
The wind duo if consented will produce 750GWh of electricity per year.
Axpo is working with local partner Aquarius Energy Developments to complete the projects.
Iulian Alexe, responsible for Axpo's wind power business in Romania, said: "Like the main markets of Germany and France in which we have been successful for many years, Romania holds enormous potential for the development of wind farms.
“We are working closely with our colleagues in our origination business, who have been offering tailored energy solutions for customers since 2003, and are confident that we can combine this experience with the Axpo Group’s project implementation expertise to grow the business in Romania."