According to the Bank's website, this project finances the construction of a wind farm located in the Mitrovica Municipality in Northern Kosovo.
Key environmental and social issues associated with the project include loss of habitat, avian and bat collision risks, land acquisition and impacts to land users, as well as social impacts including visual impacts, shadow flicker and noise.
Environmental and Social Impact Assessments have been completed but are not on the original disclosure page at time of writing.
Sowi Kosovo LLC is a special purpose vehicle incorporated in Kosovo for the purpose of developing, constructing and operating the project. It is owned by Enlight Renewable Energy together with its Kosovan and German partners.
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