In a 30-month research project geared specifically for the UK and Bulgaria, energy consultant Hildebrand installed small energy monitors at different homes in five European cities.
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The International Finance Corp. (IFC) is planning to offer a package of EUR 59 M to the French based firm EDF Energies Nouvelles SA for the construction of a solar energy project in South Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian Environment Ministry has advised businesses to avoid the upcoming ban on carbon trading by recording their surplus for 2009 in the register of another European country.
British utility International Power and Austria's EVN have shown interest in acquiring the majority stake of Italian energy giant Enel in Maritsa East 3, a Bulgarian coal-fired plant with a capacity of 908 megawatts, reports say.
Bulgaria's center-right government has confirmed plans to dissolve a mega-structure, which groups all big state-owned energy firms.
Natural gas prices in Bulgaria will go up in the summer of 2010 although it is unclear yet by how much, according to the chair of the responsible state regulator.
Serbia's energy minister has confirmed reports that the country is considering participation in Bulgaria's second nuclear power plant, which has stalled over lack of funding.
Edinburgh-based oil explorer Melrose Resources has contracted the jackup GSP Jupiter to drill the Kavarna East prospect in the Bulgarian sector of the Black Sea in July.
The US might be able to supply nuclear fuel to Bulgaria's Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) "Kozloduy" and the 2nd NPP "Belene," which is still in project stage.
A five-member team of Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) ruled Tuesday that the fines collected by the power utility CEZ over delayed customers' payments are illegal.
US companies have become interested in investing in Bulgarian energy projects, according Minister of Economy, Energy, and Tourism, Traicho Traikov.
Russian state-owned company Atomstroyexport, which is supposed to construct Bulgaria's second nuclear power plant at Belene, has failed to deny or confirm information that it has hired a US consultancy over possible future disputes with the Bulgarian gove
Bulgaria has all permits and could begin the construction of its second Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) in the Danube town of Belene as early as tomorrow, Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov says.
The Russian company Atomstroiexport is preparing to file a lawsuit against the Bulgarian cabinet, the Czech media E15.
Austria's Alpine Bau has withdrawn from the construction of Gorna Arda hydropower project in southern Bulgaria, leaving energy firm EVN the sole partner of the majority owner, dominant state power utility NEK.
Senior Gazprom executives criticized Bulgaria in a press briefing in Sofia on Friday over delays in the realization of the South Stream gas transit pipeline project.
Siemens Energy has received an order from Bulgaria for erection of a combined cycle district heating power plant, the company announced.
Bulgaria might lose Turkey as an electricity export market as a result of the energy deals that the latter has signed with Russia, an expert has warned.
Bulgaria will list its 33% minority stake in E.ON, one of the three power distributors in the country, to enliven the local stock exchange and boost revenues, the economy and energy minister announced on Tuesday.
China and Serbia are considering a joint participation in the project to build a second Nuclear Power Plant in Bulgaria's Danube town of Belene.
Czech-owned power supplier CEZ is said to have invested BGN 17,1 M in the country's electricity distribution network since the beginning of 2010.
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