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Winslow plans wind farm in northeastern Bulgaria  

Credit:  The Sofia Echo, www.sofiaecho.com 9 March 2011 ~~

Bulgarian company Winslow Wind power, a unit of local real estate developer Winslow Group, intends to build a wind power facility in northeastern Bulgaria, according to a Environment Ministry decision requesting an environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the project.

The wind park will be located on agricultural land near the village of Yagnilo, in Vetrino municipality, and the villages of Pamoukchii and Stan in the municipality of Novi Pazar. The project has a planned capacity of up to 105 MW, with 35 turbines with a capacity of 2.5-3MW each.

Currently, the largest wind power project in Bulgaria is the St Nicola facility, near Kavarna, on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The 156MW wind park is owned by AES Geo Energy.

Source:  The Sofia Echo, www.sofiaecho.com 9 March 2011

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