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Bulgaria fuels new renewable energy project

A new biofuels plant in Sofia, Bulgaria has awarded the construction contract to Greek company Aktor-Helektor.

The project, set to use waste as feedstock, is set to take 19 months to come to fruition and cost around €109.2 million ($142.8 million).

This is the second renewable energy project for the capital city as it joins another bioenergy system which is set to reduce Sofia’s natural gas usage by 10% by creating heat from city waste materials.