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Bulgaria has a future as a source of renewable energies

Submitted on Tuesday, 3 February 2009One Comment
Bulgaria has a future as a source of renewable energies

The ambassador of Germany Michael Gaier told journalists that Bulgaria could be a reliable source of alternative energies, such as wind or solar powered energies.

The diplomat opened the first specialized expo for the Balkan region WDP/Balkan in Inter expo and congress centre in Sofia.

The ambassador pointed out, that Bulgaria took responsibility to close the third and fourth blocks of the Nuclear power plant “Kozloduy”.

“We rely on the promise that Bulgaria will hold onto the letter of the contract”, added Gaier. He said that Germany understands Bulgaria’s issues on the energy dependability.

“Despite that, we think that Bulgaria could produce or save this energy through other methods”, said the ambassador.

Gaier concluded that there is no doubt that Bulgaria can have Nuclear energy, it’s only the Kozloduy power plant that is problematic.

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  • Yancy said:

    And I thought I was the snebisle one. Thanks for setting me straight.

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