U.S.-based PryMarke Announces Drive To Provide Alternative Energy Sources to Bulgaria
U.S.-based PryMarke, LLC said on Tuesday it has established contact with the Bulgarian government as part of a plan to provide alternative energy solutions to the country later this year.
"A gas dispute last winter between Russia and the Ukraine left Bulgaria and other European nations without power for nearly two weeks. To minimize the effects of any similar disputes in the future, PryMarke wishes to distribute solar photovoltaic (PV) modules for commercial and residential use. Other offerings include thin film-based solar modules for reduced cost and increased adaptability over PV modules, wind power generators, and turbines," the company said in a statement.
"We are now in contact with several bodies within the Bulgarian government, including the country's president and the Ministry of Energy and Energy Resources for this effort," PryMarke's president and founder, Bryan Christiansen, said in the statement.
PryMarke is representing solar panel manufacturers from Canada, China, and the U.S. Wind power generators and turbines will come from the company's clients in Turkey, the USA, and elsewhere.
PryMarke, LLC (www.prymarke.com) is a US-based management consultancy that provides new business development services for companies involved in the construction and engineering services, energy, IT, manufacturing, and medical equipment industries.