Energy market

New book offers Greek energy market insights in English

Publishers Editcom, who also operate specialized website energia.gr, have released the "Greek Energy Directory 2016," a comprehensive guide to the local energy industry, which is at the forefront of privatizations in Greece, given the country's recently discovered hydrocarbon reserves, the opening up of the local energy market and the infinite domestic capacity in terms of renewable sources.

Energy's Future Not in Large-Scale Projects, Bulgaria President Says

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has called for the creation of a genuine European energy market.

He has added Europe urgently needs to establish the Energy Union (a project embraced by the current EU Commission) based on interconnectivity and preventing the use of natural gas as a weapon.

Bulgaria Needs to Change Energy Laws over Liberalization - Watchdog Head

Bulgaria's energy legislation needs urgent amendments early next year amid steps to liberalize the energy market, the chief of the energy watchdog has said.

Ivan Ivanov, who heads the country's Commission for Energy and Water Regulation (KEVR), has made his comments during a hearing in Parliament, ahead of the first test launch of the energy exchange in Sofia.

Klaus-Dieter Borchardt: Bulgaria Has Potential to Develop into Gas Hub

"For too long Bulgaria and other countries of the region have been concentrating on large scale pipeline projects such as South Stream and have left behind the development of important regional infrastructure, notably interconnections with neighbouring countries," Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Director Internal Energy Market at the European Commission's Directorate-General for Energy

Liberalization of Energy Market in Bulgaria Likely to Lead to Power Price Hike

The forthcoming liberalization of the energy market in Bulgaria is likely to lead to an increase in the prices of the electricity in the country.

This was stated by Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) on Sunday.

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