BGWEA open letter to prime-minister/position on referendum

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BGWEA open letter to prime-minister/position on referendum


?pen letter to the Prime-Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria

The letter presents the Bulgarian Wind Energy Association position related to the approaching referendum and the alternatives for development of the energy sector in Bulgaria.

BGWEA welcomes Prime Minister Borisov recently announced support for renewables as a cheaper and safer alternative to nuclear power and calls on the government to take immediate action to decisively reverse policy and put an end to the regulatory chaos which is suffocating the sector at present.

For more information, please see our contact details below.

BGWEA - Bulgarian Wind Energy Association

Phone          +359 24833820
Mobile          +359 88 920 68 22
E-mail          info@bgwea.org
URL             www.bgwea.org
Office          4 Iskar Str. (SOHO), Sofia 1000, Bulgaria 

 

 
 
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