Results 13 - 16 from 58 for "lignite"

13. Bulgarian Energy Holding Lends EUR 23 M to Subsidiary Thermal Power Plant28.11.2016   17:15 
The state-run Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) has lent BGN 45 m (about EUR 23 m) to its subsidiary Maritsa East 2 TPP. The power plant has already transferred BGN 35 m to the Security of the Energy System Fund, while the rest went to another BEH subsidiary - Maritsa East Mines, which supplies the power
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14. The EU Commission Approved Vattenfall’s Lignite Business Sale27.09.2016   11:04 
The EU Commission on Thursday cleared the acquisition of Vattenfall’s German lignite business by the Czech energy group EPH and its financial partner PPF Investments. The sale includes power plants Jänschwalde, Boxberg, Schwarze Pumpe, Lippendorf block R as well as open
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15. Many Sellers and a Single Buyer27.06.2016    
Talking about liberalization, we usually direct our attention toward the ability of end consumers to switch their suppliers. As discussed during the last ten years, households and small businesses are the last customer segment that finally got its right (not only in legal, but also in technical terms)
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16. Bulgaria’s AES Galabovo TPP Marks Its Fifth Anniversary06.06.2016   12:03 
AES Galabovo TPP in Bulgaria has marked its fifth anniversary since it became operational. AES Galabovo is the most modern coal power plant in Southeastern Europe.AES also owns a waste depot near the village of Obruchishte and is operating the country’s largest wind power production facility –
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20.03.2022  Teodor Bobochikov, Managing Partner, V-Ridium
Energy Transformation – Trends and drivers
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