Bulgarian Energy Minister: Bulgaria as a Member of the EU Strictly Respects the Basic Objectives and Priorities in the Energy Sector

,,Bulgaria as a member of the EU strictly respects the basic objectives and priorities of the European Union in the energy sector'', Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova said at the eighth energy conference dedicated to the prospects for the development of the sector in the region of Southeastern Europe opened today in Sofia Hotel Balkan.

Bulgarian PM Borisov: On May 20 will Start the Construction of the Interconnector with Greece

By May 20th will happen the first sod of the construction where the interconnector with Greece will be made. This was announced by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov in Rousse. He was in the Danube town to get acquainted with the new investment of a German automotive locking plant that opened a new production base.

The Parliament Has Adopted the Final Amendments to the Energy Act

The Parliament has adopted the final amendments to the Energy Act, Focus News Agency reports. With the amendments, power producers with installed capacity between 1 MW and 4 MW from 1 July 2019 have the opportunity to enter the free market, which will provide additional quantities of electricity on the stock exchange and will improve competition.

Catastrophic Policies Have Made Romania Energy Dependent

This amalgamation of factors has put great pressure on the 35 per cent of the electricity mix of Romania that relies on hydrocarbons - coal plus gas.

Against the backdrop of the cost problems facing Romanian coal production, the risk of a tumultuous and disordered energy transition is increasing.

On the Akkuyu NPP project

Dear editor,
We would like to draw your kind attention to information provided on your newspaper. The assumptions being given about the Akkuyu NPP project do not reflect the actual situation. And on behalf of Rosatom let me deliver Rosatom's statement on this point.