A new windmill is the most expensive of several new installations that have gone up in the past few months.
The company behind the 1,600-metre-tall turbine, Laskos, says its new wind turbine, the Laskoi Tower, is designed to withstand wind speeds of up to 10km/h (6.8mph).
However, there is one problem with this.
The turbine is designed so that it can be operated by only a few people.
If they are to operate the turbine at night or during the day, the tower must be shut off for a minimum of 10 hours each day, or at the latest 40 hours.
If a machine is not kept on a schedule, it can become overloaded and can cause damage to the turbine.
Laskos has now introduced a new code that will ensure that only two people can operate the Lankos Tower at any one time, while at the same time ensuring that there is enough capacity for other machines to be used.
The code will be introduced in October, with the turbines expected to be up and running by 2019.
But in an interview with the BBC, the head of the LSK company, Andrej Laskovski, claimed that the turbines could become overloaded due to the number of people who can operate them.
“If you add two people, you will have four times more capacity than before,” he said.
“We have a lot of work to do.
We need to improve our design, but we can do it.””
We need to find more people to work with, to work on the design.”
The BBC has contacted Laskovicski for comment.