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Second Zero Year for Newly Constructed RES Plants

Despite the limitations, the capacity of the photovoltaic plants will increase by 23%   Till 30 June every year, SEWRC approves an annual forecast of the power capacity, which can be provided for connection to the transmission and distribution networks to RES facilities, distributed by connection regions and voltage levels. This obligation of the Regulator …

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CPC: Obstacles for the competition in electricity

The Commission for Protection of Competition announced the results from electricity sector analysis   The Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) approved sectorial analysis of the competition environment of the electricity generation, trade, transmission and distribution markets in the Republic of Bulgaria. The analysis explores the characteristics of the vertically integrated electricity market at each …

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The prices will rise, the question is how to protect people

The prices will rise, the question is how to protect people The Participants in the Regulated Electricity Market and Their Influence Over the End Prices Presentation of Ivanka Dilovska, made during the discussion “The Prices of the Energy Services: How to Overcome the Crisis?” 14 February 2013, Information Office of the European Parliament in Bulgaria …

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ON THE PRICE CHAIN- take a look at the eighth edition

ON THE PRICE CHAIN: Combined Heat and Power Generation   Nature of the combined heat and power generation А combined heat and power (CHP) generation means the simultaneous generation in one process of heat and power. In utilization the heat obtained as a result of the production of electricity, CHP generators transform about 75-80% of the …

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NEW YEAR VIEWPOINTS: Wind of change or change in the wind

New year viewpoint: Wind of change or change in the wind? (This ‘New Year Viewpoint’ was initially published in Platts  Energy in East Europe, Issue 256, January 11, 2013) Post-communist history tells us two things about change in Bulgaria’s energy sector. First, change does not happen until it absolutely must. Second, when change does happen, it’s often change …

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2011: 7.5% energy consumption growth

2011: 7.5% energy consumption growth against 1.7 % economic growth The National Statistical Institute (NSI), keeping with its usual practice, published on 30 November 2012 the energy balance of the country for 2011. The analysis of the balance outlines mainly the following tendencies: The gross inland consumption of energy growth breaks the record The gross inland consumption of energy …

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Bulgaria’s RES Dilemma

Bulgaria’s RES dilemma What went wrong in RES in Bulgaria The ongoing discussion for the cost of RES electricity in Bulgaria and the frequently changing regulatory framework shows that something is not quite right with the system for compensating costs arising from RES production. While RES producers have their own worries about the recently introduced by the …

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