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Concerns Rise Over Wind Turbines’ Potential Impact on Black Sea Tourism and Fishing

The Bulgarian Parliament has passed the Renewable Sources Energy Act in marine spaces at its initial reading, aiming to establish administrative procedures and principles for the development, operation, and decommissioning of power plants in Bulgaria’s maritime areas. However, critics, including Dimitar Kumanov from the Balkanika association, express reservations about the bill, citing what they consider as “incredible preferences” for those constructing offshore wind turbines. Kumanov raised concerns about the legislation, deeming it a “lobbyist law” during discussions with the parliamentary Environment Committee….