Kiriakov, Valizar
March 2008
Advances in Bulgarian Science;2008, Vol. 1, p38
Academic Journal
The article features the Association of Producers of Ecological Energy (APEE). It says that the association was established from 16 firms willing to invest and to develop the ecological energy in Bulgaria. The APEE aims to protect the private initiative of Bulgarian contractors for production and distribution of ecological energy from renewable energy resources. A contract setting out the implementation of a base research of the mitigation of the birds has been signed by the group.


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