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Chinese Companies to Build Solar Plant in Bulgaria

Date: 26.01.2010

Two Chinese companies, Polar Photovoltaics and Wiscom, have proposed to invest USD 7 M to build a 2 MW Photovoltaic plant near Ihtiman, 40 km south from Bulgarian capital Sofia.

"It is our first investment in a European Union country and we carefully selected the best place for it," Jim Su, Chief Marketing Officer at Polar said.

"Our region has high unemployment rate, so investors here are exempt from profit tax," said Margarita Petkova, Mayor of Ihtiman.

Chinese investors and their Bulgarian partner expect to sign a contract with the local authorities in the next few days and to build the plant in seven months.

"We decided to invest in Bulgaria, in Ihtiman municipality in order to prove our ability to deliver the main product, the PV-generator based on unique Chinese technology together with a proper financing scheme, so we can have an excellent operating PV-power plant under challenging conditions," Xu Bing from Polar-Wiscom told reporters.

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