Bulgaria has made good on its commitment to develop its windmill to power the country’s economy.
Bulgaria National Grid (BNG) is planning to use its large windmill as a renewable energy source to power a range of projects across the country.
The windmill, located at a rural area of the capital Sofia, has been generating electricity for the country since March 2019, and the project is now looking to ramp up production in 2020.
BNG has announced that the windmill will start producing electricity in 2019 and that the project will have its first turbine installed by 2020.
It is also expected that the turbine will be installed in 2021.
The windmill’s turbines will be connected to the countrys electricity grid through a network of pipes, and they will produce approximately 20,000 kilowatt hours of power per year.
The total capacity of the project would be around 10,000 megawatts, according to the Bulgarian Electricity Authority (BIZ), and the BGN will be able to feed the power into the grid when demand increases.
According to the BGB, the windmills power generation capacity has been built up using a mix of renewable energy and fossil fuels.
According to BGN, the project’s first turbine will produce 1.3 megawatts of power, while the first 500 turbines will produce 7.5 megawatts.
According to BGB’s chief engineer and engineer, Vassilis Vachavostis, the first turbines will not generate enough electricity to supply the entire Bulgarian grid when the wind farm is running, as the turbines are not connected to power lines.
BGB will also be able use the wind turbines to help to generate electricity during the rainy season when demand for electricity is lower.
The turbines will also help to reduce the country and its reliance on fossil fuels, which is also a good thing.
In total, the BZE has planned to invest about EUR 7 billion (US$7.8 billion) into the project.
The BZG will be the first company to make use of the wind turbine in Bulgaria.
It will use it to generate more than 6,000 MW of electricity for its power plants.