Bulgaria Negotiates Power Exports to Romania

Business | September 4, 2003, Thursday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
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Bulgaria is negotiating power exports to Romania through the neighbour's company Elektrika, Romania Libera newspaper reported on August 4.

The company also signed a power-import contract with Moldavia after previous provider -- a Montenegrin power plant -- had to stop operations due to drastically lowering Danube River. Its waters were used to cool down the plant's reactor.

Romania's Cherna Voda nuclear plant also suspended its operations because of Danube's critically low level. This left Bulgaria's National Electricity Transmission Company which exports electricity to Greece, Albania, Montenegro and Macedonia the only electricity exporter on the Balkan peninsula.
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