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1. 30-50 MWh/h Is the Expected Liquidity on the Intraday Market08.02.2018   16:44 
30-50 MWh/h is the expected average liquidity on the Intraday market. The registration of market participants on the new trading platform of the Independent Bulgarian Energy Exchange (IBEX) will start from 20 February, with which test trading will also begin. Real trading is expected to commence in March
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2. BSE Acquired the Energy Exchange07.02.2018   14:23 
The Bulgarian Stock Exchange - Sofia (BSE) acquired 100% of Independent Bulgarian Energy Exchange (IBEX) capital, BSE announced. The negotiated price between BSE-Sofia and the Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH), which was the sole owner of the energy exchange, amounts to BGN 5.2 million. Four million BGN
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3. ESO gave Future Energy’s clients an exceptional deadline extension for choosing a new supplier07.12.2017   12:01 
The Electricity System Operator (ESO) gave Future Energy’s clients a deadline extension for choosing a new supplier as the electricity supplier has been suspended from the market since 2 December. According to different information sources, its clients are between 3 500 and 5 000, including shopping
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4. The analysis on the possibility of a derogation for coal power plants is expected in January06.12.2017   10:52 
The analysis which would show whether coal power plants would be able to apply for a derogation from the new ecological rules (as set out in the document for best available techniques for large combustion plants), CEO of AES Bulgaria Ivan Tzankov announced.   The analysis was assigned jointly
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28.12.2018  There Is No Feasible Alternative to Maritsa East Complex
Krassimir Nenov, CEO of ContourGlobal Maritsa East 3 AD
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