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InnoWind Great Kei WEF

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Great Kei Wind Power proposes the development of a wind energy facility (WEF) in the Komga area, Amathole District, in the Eastern Cape. The wind farm will host approximately forty three (43) turbines, with a potential power output of one hundred and five (141.9) megawatts (MW). The Eskom Chaba substation is located within the proposed WEF area, and will be the site where the energy generated by the WEF is fed into the Eskom grid. Other infrastructure associated with the proposed WEF will be: • Concrete foundations to support the wind towers • Approximately 6 meter wide internal access roads to each turbine • Underground cables connecting each turbine to the other and to the mini substation • A building to house the control instrumentation and interconnection elements, as well as a storeroom for maintenance equipment • An onsite mini substation to facilitate interconnection of the WEF with the Eskom grid

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Friday, June 27, 2014 - 10:38

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5885

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CaseReferenceDepartmentApplicationTypeDeadlineDateContactPerson
14/12/16/3/3/2/613
25/08/2014

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