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Bulgaria starts the construction of its gas interconnector with Romania

After the gas dispute between Ukraine and Russia last year which has left Bulgaria without gas for three weeks in the winter period, the European Council decided that every member state should have at least two sources of gas and electricity by 2014, in order to avoid repeating the Russian-Ukrainian gas crisis.

read more... 13/09/2012


Enel Green Power has completed a new wind farm in Romania

Italian renewables giant Enel Green Power (EGP) has fully grid-connected the new Moldova Noua wind farm in the Banat, Romania. The fully operational plant includes 21 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 48MW, and will be able to generate some 130 million kilowatt hours, therefore avoiding the emission of over 70 thousand tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.

read more... 30/08/2012


Bulgaria starts construction of gas pipeline with Romania

In 2009 Bulgartransgaz EAD and S.N.T.G.N. Transgaz S.A. signed a Memorandum of agreement according to which the two countries should cooperate in the construction of the Gas Interconnection Bulgaria – Romania Project.

read more... 17/08/2012


Russian gas supplies returning to normal levels in the most European states

Russian gas flows to Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Greece have been reinstated to normal volumes over the weekend, while the gas deliveries to Romania, Germany, and Italy are increasing, European Commission press secretary Marlene Holzner said on Monday.

read more... 07/02/2012


GDF SUEZ to develop 100 MW in Romania and Poland

GDF SUEZ continues to expand wind energy in Europe planning to develop 100 MW of projects in Romania and Poland. This movement underlines company’s intention to consolidate the proportion of renewable energy sources in its energy mix in Europe and achieve its target of 50% increase in its capacity by 2015.

read more... 06/02/2012