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Media note: Shedding More Light on the New “Simplified” Electricity Bills
The media note discusses new “simplified” electricity bills. The decision to decrease by 5% the retail electricity prices as of 1 August 2013 is among the topics at the heart of political debates in Bulgaria this autumn. A similar move in 2010 clearly showed that such a politically mandated price decrease was not sustainable in the long run. more »
 
CSD Policy Brief No. 40: Bulgaria's Energy Security Risk Index
Energy security is of critical importance to Bulgaria. The biggest identified threat to Bulgarian national security is poverty, and in particular energy poverty. Bulgaria’s non-transparent energy sector seriously undermines the country’s economic development. Establishing regular sound monitoring mechanisms on energy security could be key for adequate policy-making in the area. more »
 
Media Note: Energy Saving Technologies in the Bulgarian Residential Sector
The growing consumer prices of electricity have remained at the center of public debates over the past months, especially following their increase last year by 13%. Even though the regulated market supresses their growth, prices have steadily increased since 2005, both in Bulgaria and in the EU. more »
 
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 »
 

 
   
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