The Non-Technical Summary (NTS) provides an overview on the potential
environmental and social impacts associated with the construction and
operation of the project and on the measures considered to keep these
potential impacts at acceptable levels so that no harmful effects will
be induced and all applicable norms and regulations are met.
The Stakeholder Engagement Plan (SEP) is aimed to provide the framework for ensuring meaningful Project stakeholders’ consultation and engagement, in line with IFC Performance Standards and Guidelines. It is to be mentioned that, according to IFC standards, stakeholder engagement must be based on on-going consultations that continue through the entire life cycle of the Project. Therefore the SEP is to be considered a “living” document that has to be periodically updated by the company to reflect stakeholder engagement development along Project lifetime.
The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) is to
supplement existing EIA Study (Tudor Darie, Environmental Impact
Assessment of Crucea North Wind Farm, 2010) with additional information
and assessment, for achieving compliance with international ESIA
The Environmental and Social Action Plan (ESAP) summarizes actions
to avoid, reduce or otherwise control potentially significant
environmental and social impacts identified in the Environmental Impact
Assessment. These actions will be conducted during construction and
operation of the wind farm.
The project presentation is prepared for disclosure meetings on the Project Environmental and Social Impact Assessment and provides a project overview, summary of potential impacts and defined mitigation measures as examples and information on the engagement process and contacts for stakeholders.
The Supplementary Report has been prepared to provide additional
information on the potential impact of the Crucea Wind Farm on
Natura2000 protected areas. The aim of this document is to supplement
the Additional Assessment (AA) Study by assessing the biodiversity
monitoring results from the field surveys undertaken during August –
October 2013 and by refining the collision risk modelling outcomes and