Bulgaria to have 170 MW of wind power generators by end 2008

Oct 17, 2008 02:00 AM

By the end of 2008 the capacity of the installed wind power generators in Bulgaria is going to reach 170 MW.
The news was announced by the Chair of the Association of Producers of Ecological Energy Velizar Kiryakov during the first national meeting of the producers of wind generators and the investors in wind energy production.

The current wind power generating capacity in Bulgaria stands at 110 MW but Kiryakov predicted that by the end of 2010 it would reach between 400 MW and 500 MW.
The photovoltaic energy generators are expected to have a power-generating capacity of 5-6 MW by that time.

Meanwhile, the National Electric Company NEK announced that new investments of about BGN 300 mm would needed to include the wind and solar power producers into the country's electricity distribution network.

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