Tunisia: Construction start delayed at ABO Wind project


Issue 436 - 15 Apr 2021 | 1 minute read

The start of construction at ABO Wind’s Mornag Wind scheme has been delayed and the company has confirmed it has “quite a way to go” before work can begin, due to challenges around the location of the project and other issues. “We had secured remuneration for the 30MW project in a tender, but later found out that we would have to move the project to a different site due to aviation restrictions,” a spokeswoman said.

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