They are mostly located in the Karlovy Vary, Ústí nad Labem, Moravian-Silesian and Vysočina regions. This results from the analysis of EGÚ Brno. EGÚ Brno's managing consultant Matěj Hrubý added that the use of wind resources is complicated by the high purchase price and the fact that production would greatly exceed the consumption of the municipality.
It should therefore be a joint investment of several municipalities. Based on the model calculations of EGÚ Brno, the optimal installation is two wind turbines with a total capacity of 7.2 MW and an annual electricity production of 14,400 MWh. EGÚ Brno's strategy director Michal Macenauer added that the costs of two power plants total ca. CZK 400m. With a 50% subsidy, the return period for the project would be about six years.
Source: CIA News, www.cianews.cz.
Prepared by the team of CzechInvest and CzechTrade office in New York.