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The letter, signed by the ambassadors of Austria, UK, the Republic of Korea, US, France, the Czech Republic, and Japan, was submitted to Parliament on June 30, according to reports of Sega daily. The envoys draw attention to the requirement of the
Most significantly will increase the heating prices in Ruse by 11.5%. In Sofia the heating and hot water will be by 5.9% costlier. In Sliven heating will cost by 3.6% less and in Pernik by almost 12%...For the CEZ customers in western Bulgaria the
Bulgaria's energy watchdog has sent two complaints to the European Commission concerning unlawful State aid to two US-owned thermal power plants and to renewable energy producers. Boyan Boev announced Wednesday that the complaints drew attention to
Signatories of the letter believe if electricity prices are pushed up, this will also hurt small and medium enterprises. They have also warned against the practice of exporting electricity at lower prices than those set for domestic consumption. "
Boyan Boev cited need of time for the operators to "clarify their positions" as a reason to once more postpone a decision. Monday its decision whether to suspend permits of grid operators in the country. A new session on that matter is due to be held
Monday, it was revealed that the state-owned National Electricity Company ( NEK ) had presented new evidence regarding the alleged BGN 350 M debt of power distributor utilities. April 28, the wesbite Expert.bg has reported, quoting the watchdog's
Three power distributors operating in Bularia have demanded an increase in prices starting July 2014...Night-time tariffs would be worth twice the daytime rates, or a 26-28% increase for electricity supplied by CEZ and Energo-Pro and 16% for the
Only 3 to 3.5% of Bulgarians currently rely on natural gas for their everyday household needs. Officials from the Bulgarian Association for Natural Gas have pointed out that a unilateral change of terms under which gas is being supplied and
EVN Bulgaria, CEZ Electro Bulgaria and Energo-PRO, officials have announced, citing "threats to energy security" as a reason. National Electric Company] NEK of the funds it needs to fulfill its license activity. This leads to a virtual standstill of
Representatives of power distribution companies, heating companies, the Ministry of Economy and Energy are among the discussion participants...Zornitsa Genova, regulations director at CEZ Distribution Bulgaria, quoted by Bulgarian Focus News Agency.