Bulgaria's only operational nuclear power plant at Kozloduy has surpassed its planned 2010 electricity output.
The consumption of electricity on New Year’s Eve in Bulgaria was about 1,000 MW more than last year, the Electricity System Operator has announced.
Bulgaria's Cabinet has decided to place units 1 and 2 of the Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant under the management of State Company "Radioactive Waste".
Russia's state power trader Inter RAO is in talks with E.ON AG, RWE AG and Enel SpA on possible asset swaps or acquisitions in Europe as the company seeks to expand abroad, a company official said.
An innovation created by a Bulgarian scientist is said to be able to make natural gas use more efficient and cut down the expenses for central heating.
The Italian power utility Enel has negotiated with Russia's Inter RAO about possibly selling their majority stake in the Bulgarian Maritsa 3 TPP, according to Wall Street Journal.
Russian gas giant Gazprom's export schemes are optimal and are not to be altered, is the conclusion of a recently completed largescale internal review.
Bulgaria’s State Commission for energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) has approved a price reduction of 5% for natural gas from January 1, 2011.
Serbia's participation in the project to build a second Nuclear Power Plant in the Bulgarian Danube town of Belene is not feasible, according to Serbian Environment Minister, Oliver Dulic.
Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR) is convening behind closed doors Monday to make a final decision on natural gas and heating prices.
Bulgarian company IWC Bulgaria 4 owned by German Innovative Wind Concepts is planning a new wind park in the northeastern part of the country near the city of Shumen.
Gazprom has announced it plans to drop prices of natural gas sold to Estonia, Latvia and Belarus with some 15%.
After months of talks, Japan appears to have grabbed from South Korea a deal for the construction of a nuclear power plant in Turkey.
The Russian energy giant Gazprom is launching in the beginning of 2011 the study of the sea segment of the gas pipeline South Stream.
The Finish energy consortium Fortum plans acquire no more than 1% in the second Bulgarian Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) to be build in the Danube town of Belene.
German utility RWE abandoned plans to participate in the construction of a 2000MW nuclear plant in the Bulgarian Danube town of Belene after realizing that working with Russian and Bulgarian companies in the energy sector is a 'poisonous combination'.
Bulgaria's State Commission for Energy and Water Regulation will further increase the planned drop in the price of the natural gas by more than 5% starting January 2011.
Bulgaria's two key ministers with economic portfolios have expressed somewhat differing views on the future of the project for the country's second nuclear power plant at Belene.
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