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US to fund Bulgaria’s first wind electricity generation

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The US will fund Bulgaria’s first commercial wind electricity generation to increase the country’s productivity and renewable resources.

The US Trade and Development Agency will provide $384,000 for research into electricity generation from wind in Karlovo. General Electric Wind Energy, Georgia, and Electrotech Concepts, Virginia, will conduct the studies.

The mayor of Karlovo, Emil Kabaivanov, and the US ambassador to Bulgaria, James Pardew, signed an agreement on Monday.

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