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Media Note: Why Electricity Bills in Bulgaria Spoiled the Party
The so-called “green” premium - a market entry subsidy for renewable energy sources - was used as a convenient explanation for recent increases to the electricity bills in 2012. more »
 
Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline: Challenges and Prospects for the Black Sea countries and the Balkans
This publication is a compilation of the papers, presented by the twenty-nine experts from twelve countries, who participated in the “Trans-Anatolian gas pipeline: Challenges and Prospects for the Black Sea countries and the Balkans” conference, held on 28-29 September 2012, in Istanbul, Turkey. more »
 
The Level of Transparency of Oil and Gas Transit Operations through Bulgaria, Georgia, Turkey and Ukrainе
The report assesses the level of transparency in the transit of hydrocarbons and the outstanding issues with the access to information related to the transit of oil and gas in Bulgaria, Turkey, Georgia and Ukraine. more »
 
Media Note: Is there really a "green" energy monster feeding on Bulgarian consumers' incomes?
The energy sector in Bulgaria is faced with a number of challenges, the biggest of which is poor governance. more »
 
Green Growth and Sustainable Development for Bulgaria: Setting the Priorities
The report reviews the green growth and sustainable development for Bulgaria. According to the authors, the current pattern of energy use in Bulgaria (including both households and industry) is unsound. more »
 
Evaluation reports on the Cohesion Policy in Bulgaria
DG Regional Policy at the European Commission published a Report on Bulgaria's progress on the Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Energy Efficiency in Buildings and an Evaluation Report on the Achievements of the Cohesion Policy in Bulgaria. The two reports were prepared by CSD experts in the framework of the Expert Evaluation Network delivering policy analysis on the performance of the Cohesion Policy 2007 - 2013. more »
 
Green Energy Governance in Bulgaria at a Crossroads
The current report reviews existing policies for energy sustainability in Bulgaria and the EU, the main achievements and challenges in their implementation, and discusses the central issues to Bulgaria’s sustainable development agenda. The report presents a summary of the transition to sustainable development in Bulgaria, and offers policy recommendations for improving the governance of the Bulgarian green energy sector. more »
 
Anti-Corruption in Public Procurement: Balancing the Policies
This paper analyzes the mechanisms of corruption in public procurement in the context of the EU policies in this area. The analysis focuses on the implications of governance failures in procurement as experienced in two countries of quite different corruption propensities – Norway and Bulgaria – for the European anti-corruption and public procurement policies. more »
 
Energy and Good Governance in Bulgaria. Trends and Policy Options
The report explores the major deficiencies in the strategic, institutional, and legal framework of the Bulgarian energy sector. The analysis of the management of state-owned energy companies and large energy infrastructure projects reveals the disregard for even the most fundamental principles of accountability and control in their planning and implementation. more »
 
Bulgaria goes ‘green’?
Bulgaria’s energy sector suffers from deep governance and security challenges, which hold the first pages of the mainstream media in the past year with stories of fraud, nepotism and political corruption. The urge for action to transform the sector’s governance and open up markets for competition has been growing louder in the face of shrinking resources and increasing demands from different lobbies. The EU green policies and funding have been one of the precious few anchors, which the Bulgarian government should use to diversify its energy sources and liberalize its markets. Can the Bulgarian government really deliver for the benefit of its citizens? more »
 

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