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17. Serbian EPS Starts New Overhaul Phase at Djerdap 1 HPP07.07.2015   17:01 
Serbia's hydro power plant (HPP) Djerdap 1, part of state-owned utility EPS, will start the fourth phase of the overhaul of its 190 MW A1 unit on August 3, SEE News reported, citing local media. At current water flows of 4,450 cu m per second, the around 1,100 MW Djerdap 1 produces around 14 million
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18. EBRD, IFC Loans Bring Liquefied Natural Gas to Bulgaria06.07.2015   09:57 
The EBRD and the IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, are providing EUR 20 million in loans to support the expansion of Bulgarian fuel supplier Bulmarket DM, helping introduce cleaner fuels and diversify the energy sources available to Bulgaria’s smaller businesses. With EUR 10 million loans
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19. Modernisation of Bulgaria’s Kozloduy NPP Units 5 and 6 Sticks to Schedule03.06.2015   13:00 
The modernisation of units 5 and 6 of Bulgaria’s Kozloduy NPP is going according to schedule, Bulgarian deputy energy minister Nikolay Nikolov stated during the official opening of the annual Bulatom conference, which is held in Varna June 1 – 3, 2015. The two 1000-megawatt units have the
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20. Qatar Interested in Financing New Unit at Bulgaria’s Kozloduy NPP18.05.2015   16:08 
Qatar has expressed interest in financing the new planned nuclear unit at Bulgaria’s sole NPP – Kozloduy, on the Danube. Bulgarian PM Boyko Borissov and Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani also discussed perspectives for bringing Qatari LNG to Bulgaria, it was announced by
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