Independent Power and Renewable Electricity Producers
Company Overview of Continental Wind Partners LLC
Continental Wind Partners LLC, a renewable energy company, develops and operates wind energy plants in Poland, Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria, Australia, and internationally. It offers services that range from greenfield development through financing, construction, and operation of wind energy plants. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Wilmington, Delaware.
2711 Centerville Road
Wilmington, DE 19808
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Continental Wind Partners LLC
Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Executive Board
Managing Director of Australia and Member of the Executive Board
Chairman of the Executive Board
Member of the Executive Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Continental Wind Partners LLC Key Developments
Continental Wind Partners LLC Presents at 9th Annual Central & Eastern European (CEE) Power Conference, Feb-17-2015 05:45 PM
Jan 6 15
Continental Wind Partners LLC Presents at 9th Annual Central & Eastern European (CEE) Power Conference, Feb-17-2015 05:45 PM. Venue: The Prague Marriot Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic. Speakers: Mark Crandall, Chairman of the Executive Board.
Continental Wind Partners Obtains New Building Permit for Serbian Wind Park
Jul 21 14
Continental Wind Partners announced that it obtained a new building permit for the Cibuk 1 wind power park in Serbia. In June, Serbia's construction ministry, acting on a complaint by state-owned power grid operator EMS, revoked the building permit for the Cibuk 1 wind park, saying it had been issued in breach of the relevant regulations. Except for the construction of a 400 kilovolt (kV) substation, which is not covered by the new licence, the scope of the two licences is identical, CWP said in a statement. The construction of the substation was the very reason for revoking CWP's licence, it added. In 2012, CWP said it was planning to invest some €450 million ($608.7 million) in the 300 megawatt wind farm in the municipality of Kovin, in Serbia's autonomous province of Vojvodina. In June the construction ministry said Vojvodina's provincial urban planning and construction secretariat had issued an energy permit for both the planned facility and the grid connection in breach of the relevant regulations which grant EMS exclusive authority over any decisions for the construction of substations and grid connections with power greater than 110 kV.
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