Bulgarian wind turbine plans in full swing

DIV Wind OOD has unveiled plans to build 74 wind turbines near Balchik in northeastern Bulgaria.

Energy Business Review reports that DIV Wind OOD is a Bulgarian developer of wind farms, co-owned by India's Suzlon Wind Energy (SUEL) and Germany's Volkswind.

The wind project will be designed to handle about 150 MW capacity based on the size of turbine used.

Construction will commence after the grid connections are received by the next year.

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