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Solar Balkans 2011

Between April 14th and 15th in the Sofia International Expo Centre is taking place the Solar Balkans Business Forum, accompanied by an exhibition. The development of solar energy in the Balkans is estimated to have great potential, while the idea countries and companies from the region to gather together in order to discuss the development of a regional market has even greater potential. euinside is a media partner of the forum and will bring you information on the major issues raised during the forum, about the problems and the opportunities.

29 March 2012 19:45 Cloudy Over the Solar Energy

The Bulgarian energy sector is like a roller coaster: since 2009 onwards we have had a fourth deputy minister of energy, a fourth director of the National Electricity Company, a third director of the Bulgarian Energy Holding. With these words, Nikola Gazdov, president of Bulgarian Photovoltaic A ...

18 April 2011 17:57 Polish firms are interested in building solar parks in Bulgaria

In order to see the English subtitles please press the CC button on the player, once you've started playing it. While I was examining the exhibition Solar Balkans 2011 in the International Expo Centre in Sofia I came across Poland's stand. I got surprised that the country had a national stand ...

16 April 2011 16:24 Belene NPP is expensive, but the sun is not for free too

The Bulgarian Government must have a clear, predictable and transparent policy in support of renewable energy sources (RES) to be able to attract investors, while creating conditions for sustainable growth of the sector instead of a "green bubble". This message was conveyed by participants in th ...

19 April 2011 10:57 Grazyna Chorazykiewicz: Poland can be helpful with EU funds absorption

If you are a small firm, or maybe a medium one, and you find it tight in Bulgaria for numerous reasons - there is no market for your product, or the market is oversaturated, or competition is huge, or the business environment is suppressing you, it is natural that you will start looking for way ...

18 April 2011 13:11 Marie Latour: There is huge pressure on RES by conventional energy lobbies

Only in 2010 the solar market has registered global growth of 135%, according to the presentation of Marie Latour from the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) in the first day of the Solar Balkans Business Forum 2011 in Sofia. This data also shows forecasts of an increasing growt ...

 
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Adelina Marini
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Adelina Marini #Article50 #Tusk: Thank you and good bye!
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Adelina Marini
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Adelina Marini #Poland #Timmermans: In every country there are problems with the rule of law. No country is above the law. But it is never an excuse that someone else is doing the same
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The #Eurogroup finance ministers are gathering today for their regular meeting with a main issue on the agenda the 2nd review of the 3rd bailout programme for #Greece. There is another issue hanging in the air, which is not on the agenda - will the Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem remain on the position as chair of the Eurogroup since his party sustained huge losses at the parliamentary elections in the Netherlands last week. For now, a Tusk-effect is not visible but all minsters praise Dijsslbloem as a brilliant chief of the Eurogroup. Everyone, however, refuse to forecast whether he will stay even after his mandate runs out in January. EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici hinted something in that direction saying that Mr Dijsselbloem is very competent and is very well aware of the Greek dossier. This is a hint that the next is yet to get acquainted with this dossier and there might not be sufficient time for that
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