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13. Bulgaria Started the Electricity Exchange03.06.2011   11:51 
The electricity trade between Bulgaria and Turkey started yesterday and currently Bulgaria is importing electricity from Turkey, Ivan Yotov, head of the Bulgarian Electricity System Operator, said, as quoted by BNR. He did not precise the price of the electricity traded. According to the information
14. Bulgaria and Turkey to Start Electricity Trading in June10.05.2011   14:11 
On May 3 the international organization of electricity grid operators in Europe ENTSO-E decided that the third stage of the experimental synchronized operation of the Turkish electricity grid with the grid of Continental Europe should start as of June 1. This was announced by Bulgaria’s
15. Bulgaria may start exporting electricity to Turkey from the end of October this year05.10.2010   08:33 
Bulgaria may start the export of electricity to Turkey on October 24 this year, when the Turkish energy system will be fully synchronized with the European system ENTSO-E, including with the Bulgarian grid, announced the Bulgarian Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism. This was agreed
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16. Power upgrade will cost Europe €28bn by 201502.03.2010   12:53 
Konstantin Staschus, secretary-general of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), told EurActiv in an interview that nearly €30bn will be needed to Europe. Staschus presented ENTSO-E's draft Ten Year Network Development
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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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