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Renault-owned Dacia to buy Romanian wind power from Verbund

Renault SA subsidiary SC Automobile Dacia SA has struck an agreement with Austrian utility Verbund AG, which will supply power to the company from a 226-MW wind farm in Casimcea, near the Black Sea coast in Romania.

During the first year of the power purchase agreement, Verbund will supply 344 GWh or 149,000 green certificates generated from the facility to the automobile manufacturer, according to an Oct. 10 news release.

The Austrian utility started supplying power from the power plant in 2017 through a partnership with energy marketer Axpo Energy Romania.