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30 MW wind farm with 20 turbines

Inaugurated on 6 October 2013, it consists of twenty wind turbines totalling 30 MW of power, capable of supplying energy equivalent to the consumption of some 30,000 Croatian households annually.

Located in the region of Split-Dalmatia, Jelinak was inaugurated on October 6th 2013 by Croatian President, Ivo Josipović. It consists of twenty AW1500 wind turbines of ACCIONA Windpower technology representing a total capacity of 30 MW, able to generate electricity equivalent to the consumption of around 30,000 Croatian homes per year. ACCIONA was the first Spanish wind power developer to open a wind farm in the country.


  • Location: Seget and Marina, Dalmatia-Split, Croatia.
  • Capacity: 30 MW.
  • Wind turbine: ACCIONA Windpower AW 82/1500.
  • Tower: Steel, 80-meter hub height.
  • Start-up 2013.
  • Owners: ACCIONA


  • First ACCIONA’s wind farm in Croatia
  • Estimated annual production: 81 GWh
  • Clean energy able to cover the demand of over 30,000 Croatian homes
  • Inaugurated by Croatian Republic President Ivo Josipović on October 6th, 2013
  • 77,841 metric tons of CO2 from coal-fired power stations avoided per year.
  • Over 500 people worked on the activities related to the entry into service of the wind farm.
  • 80-m-high steel towers manufactured at the shipyards in Split.

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