Velizar Kiriakov

General Manager

  • Electrical engineer with a Master’s Degree in Thermal and Nuclear Energy.
  • A pioneer in renewable energy development in Bulgaria, having built the first wind park in the country back in 2004.
  • Long-standing Chairman of the Association of Producers of Ecological Energy.
  • Member of the Breton Woods Committee.

Key qualifications: 

  • Management of energy projects
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Development of strategic documents in the field of renewable energy sources

Additional training:

  • Wind Measurement Certificate – German Energy Institute DEWI
  • Wind Energy Yield Prognosis Certificate – German Energy Institute DEWI
  • LEED 101: Green Building Basics and LEED Certificate – US Green Building Council
  • Lecturer in training course Certificate – American University In Bulgaria


Dessislava Ganeva, eng.

Senior Climate Resource Assessment Expert and GIS Solutions Consultant

  • Engineer with a diploma in Telecommunications
  • M.Sc. Computer Science
  • M.Sc. GIS – Remote sensing specialization

Key qualifications: 

  • GIS and data&image analysis packages:
    • ESRIArcGIS10, 3D Analyst, Geostatistical Analyst, Network Analyst, Spatial Analyst.
    • ERDAS IMAGINE 2013, Stereo Analyst
    • Global Mapper
    • IBM SPSS Statistics
  • Wind energy analyses:
    • EMD WindPro2.7
    • RISOE WAsP8
    • GH WindFarmer4
  • Solar energy analyses:
    • PVSOL Expert5


Ivan Ingilizov

Senior Construction, Operating and Maintenance Officer

  • M.Sc. in Electronics, Radio Electronics, Surveillance radars, and navigation

Key qualifications: 

  • Wind and PV farm installation, operating and maintenance.
  • Planning and operation execution, repair and maintenance of radar equipment.
  • Work with measuring equipment – medium, high and ultra-high frequencies.

Additional training:

  • Certified technician of energy equipment and installations:
    • Photovoltaics
    • Solar thermal systems
    • Heat pumps
    • Equipment for the production of energy from biomass
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