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13. Bulgaria Considers Road Toll for Cargo Vehicles as of 201718.09.2015   12:45 
Bulgaria is considering the introduction of road toll systems for freight vehicles as of 2017, the head of the Road Infrastructure Agency Eng. Lazar Lazarov said for the Bulgarian National Radio. Light vehicles however would continue to be taxed with vignette stickers. Online sales and electronic vignette
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14. Bulgaria Adopts Updated Nuclear Waste Treatment Strategy03.09.2015   13:10 
The Bulgarian Council of Ministers has announced on September 2 that it had updated the country’s strategy for treating spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste. The strategic paper covers the period until 2030 and has been prepared in accordance with the European directives for
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15. Bulgarian Svilosa Paper Mill to Invest EUR 30 Million in New Cogeneration24.07.2015   12:17 
The Bulgarian paper producer Svilosa AD will invest EUR 30 million in a new cogeneration. The planned power and heat generation will be also able to burn biomass produced by the waste water treatment plant of the nearby town of Svishtov, on the Danube. The paper mill
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16. There could be a single European energy regulator for the wholesale market08.07.2015    
We interviewed Mr Pototschnig for the July issue of the Bulgarian UTILITIES magazine and the online portal Publics.bg in the end of May in Sofia, where he met for the first time with the new Chairman of the Bulgarian Energy and Water Regulatory Commission - Assoc. Prof. Ivan Ivanov, who was the first
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