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27.06.2014

Regulatory Duties Change with the Opening of Energy Markets


Dr. Nyikos, what are the main challenges for the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA) with the opening of the European energy market? The role of the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA) has been continuously changing
20.06.2014

Bulgarian Energy Regulation Impacts Negatively Investments


Mr. ten Berge, what are the main tasks of Eurelectric? What will be the focus of your work in 2014 and 2015? EURELECTRIC is the association representing the European electricity industry in Brussels. We work to formulate and defend the industry’s interest in the EU legislative
12.03.2014

Bulgaria’s success in implementing energy efficiency credit lines is a model


Mr. McCallion, what were the main goals of the BEERECL program? If we go back ten years, which is quite a long time, the goal at that time when we started was to try to deal with the energy intensity in Bulgaria which was obviously rather high and thereby presented a lot of opportunities
05.11.2013

We and the Utilities Have Information Symmetries


This interview with Michael Saunders, Esq., MBA, Senior Deputy Attorney General at Nevada Attorney General's Bureau of Consumer Protection is also published in the Bulgarian UTILITIES magazine. Disclaimer: The interview represents Michael Saunders’ personal opinions and these
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17.09.2020  Boyana Achovski, General Secretary of the international organization Gas Infrastructure
In both short and long term, gas will continue being part of the energy mix of Southeastern Europe
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