Pestera Wind Project

Location:

Romania

Project number:

41163

Business sector:

Power and energy

Notice type:

Private

ESIA disclosed:

07 Apr 2010

Status:

Complete

Target board date:

01 Feb 2011

Purpose of the Environmental and Social Impact Assessments

The EBRD is considering providing financing to EDP Renovavies (referred to as EDPR or the "Developer") for the construction of two wind farms in Romania.

The project is located in the Dobrogea area of Romania, about 100 km inland west from Constanta Black Sea port. These consist of the Pestera (90 MW) and the nearby Cernavoda (138 MW) wind farms. The projects are at advanced stages of development (with construction works started) and have obtained environmental and construction permits in line with National requirements. None of the projects are located in Natura 2000 areas.

The Project is controlled and developed by EDP Renováveis through Renovatio Power SRL and Cernavoda Power SRL, two Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), owning Pestera and Cernavoda wind farms respectively.
EDPR is the world’s third largest wind energy company with installed capacity of 6,227 MW at year-end 2009 and another 739 MW under construction. EDPR has an active presence in eight European countries (Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, Poland, Italy, UK and Romania), United States (43% of EDPR’s installed capacity) and Brazil.

There is a project summary document available for this project.

ESIA Summary

Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Non Technical Summary (3MB - PDF) (English)
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Non Technical Summary (3MB - PDF) (Romanian)

ESIA supplementary information (5MB - PDF) (English)
ESIA supplementary information (4MB - PDF) (Romanian)

Environmental Monitoring and Management Plan (504KB - PDF) (English)
Environmental Monitoring and Management Plan (546KB - PDF) (Romanian)

Stakeholder Engagement Plan (218KB - PDF) (English)
Stakeholder Engagement Plan (298KB - PDF) (Romanian)

Full ESIA availability

Full ESIA documentation is available locally at:
EBRD Headquarters in London, environmentandsocial@ebrd.com

And

1. EDP Renewables, Romania office, Rosetti Tower Office Building, Maria Rosetti st 6, 3rd floor, Sector 2, Bucharest, Romania; Tel Tel. +40 72 592 98 84 ; Contact Ms Laura Lazar; e-mail: LauraLazar@edprenovaveis.com

2. EDP web site: - under the link: sustainability/EDPR in the community/Romania sustainability

3. Local community

  • Pestera Local Council:
    Izvorului, nr. 32, Pestera, 907240
    Phone: 0241-856872, 856873
    Fax: 0241-856800
    E-mail: primariapestera@yahoo.com
    Mayor: Valentin Vrabie
     
  • Cernavoda Local Council:
    Str.Ovidiu nr.11, Cernavoda, 905200
    Tel./Fax: 0241-238.030; 0241-238.433 / 0241-239.578
    e-mail: primaria@cernavoda.ro
    Mayor: Mariana Mircea
     
  • Saligny Local Council:
    Str.Scolii nr.15, Saligny, 907203
    Tel./Fax: 0241-853.093
    e-mail: primariasaligny@yahoo.com
    Mayor: Gabriel Tatulescu
     
  • Mircea Voda Local Council:
    Str.Primariei, Mircea Voda, 907200
    Tel./Fax: 0241-853.188 / 0241-853.099
    e-mail: primar@primaria-mirceavoda.ro
    Mayor: Dumitru Dedu

4. EBRD, Resident Office Romania, Metropolis Center; 56-60 Iancu de Hunedoara Blvd.; 3rd floor, West Wing; Sector 1; Bucharest; Romania; Tel: +40 21 202 7100: Contact Craciun, Mihnea ; email: craciunm @ebrd.com

The ESIA package and Executive Summary have also been released for public review by the project sponsor on its website

Enquiries

Ms Laura Lazar
EDP Renewables, Romania office, Rosetti Tower Office Building,
Maria Rosetti st 6, 3rd floor, Sector 2, Bucharest,
Romania

Tel +40 72 592 98 84
E-mail: LauraLazar@edprenovaveis.com

 

This document was prepared at an early stage of project development, before consideration by the EBRD Board of Directors. Details of a project may change following disclosure.

Environmental and Social Impact Assessments and ESIA summaries are produced by project sponsors, and the EBRD makes them available without any comment or implied endorsement. Any views expressed or statements made in the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment or the ESIA Summary do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the EBRD.

Last updated 25 June 2014