EVN unfreezes project for 80MW wind-power park in Bulgaria.

By bne IntelliNews May 16, 2012
EVN Bulgaria, part of Austria's energy company EVN AG, has applied for a licence to produce energy at the project for wind power park near the northern Black Sea town of Kavarna, Capital Daily informs. At the end of 2008, EVN and the German energy company Enertrag jointly started the construction of a EUR 95mn wind-power park comprising 25 generators. The project, which planned the installation of 50MW capacity and additional 30MW, was later on frozen. The current intentions of EVN envisage completing the construction of the power park in three stages by 2015.
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