March 29 (Bloomberg) -- Schneider Electric SA, the largest maker of low-voltage equipment, won a contract to build two solar parks in Bulgaria with 39 megawatts in total capacity.
The French company will construct and operate the plants in Letnitsa and Vratsa for an undisclosed client, Anthime Caprioli, a spokesman, said by e-mail. The photovoltaic plants in the north are scheduled to start operating in late June.
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