The average price of electricity for Wednesday on European energy exchanges has jumped sharply to a new record peak of 271 euros per MWh, and Bulgaria's electricity price rose to a historic high of 272.30 euros, or 532.56 levs, per MWh. This is shown by..
Once again, a price record was set in Bulgaria. On the energy exchange, electricity for businesses reached a price of 212 euros per megawatt-hour. On the day-ahead platform, in addition to Bulgaria, electricity was traded expensively in most European..
The average price of electricity for Thursday on European energy exchanges reached 190.06 euros per megawatt-hour. In Bulgaria the price jumped to 201.74 euros. In 4 more countries the price exceeded 200 euros per megawatt-hour. This is shown by..
The planned annual repairs of Unit VI of Kozloduy NPP have been completed five days ahead of schedule. On November 1, at 1.41 am, it joined the country's energy system after an inspection and approval by the Nuclear Regulatory..
Electricity prices on many of Europe’s energy exchanges went up on Friday, in Bulgaria they rose by over 25%. At 232.39 euro (454.52 Leva) per MWh, the price of electricity placed Bulgaria among the top 5 countries with the highest prices..
At today's meeting, the caretaker government decides on the Bulgarian position for the forthcoming European Council, which will discuss the issue of high energy prices and measures to solve the problem. This was announced last night..
The Bulgarian economy is highly energy intensive and dependent on coal. That is why the transition to green energy should be smooth for the regions and the population, Prime Minister Stefan Yanev told a forum in Sofia on the green transition. "Both..
The rules of the Bulgarian Independent Energy Exchange will be reviewed. I expect the energy regulator to sanction everyone who speculates on prices . This was stated in Plovdiv by President Rumen Radev. I once again congratulate the caretaker..
The management of the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) and the energy companies of the group have discussed at a working meeting the readiness of the energy sites for the winter season, BGNES reports. Currently, all facilities in the country that produce..
Bulgaria's caretaker cabinet is working to ensure access to electricity in the best possible price range for all consumers. This was announced by Prime Minister Stefan Yanev at a briefing at which the measures planned by the caretaker government in the..