• Bulgaria: energy efficient cities

    United Nations, New York, December 2009 - Bulgaria, like many other Eastern European countries that were once part of the soviet bloc, has cities riddled with deteriorating housing that consume lots of energy. A new initiative supported by the UN European commission is helping retrofit buildings, making them more energy efficient, and lowering the carbon footprint of urban areas

    published: 14 Dec 2009
  • New energy and new directions in Bulgaria - business planet

    Renewable energy is not only essential for the well-being of the environment, it is also a legal... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/09/06/new-energy-and-new-directions-in-bulgaria Renewable energy is not only essential for the well-being of the environment, it is also a legal requirement. By 2020 European states must reach a target of 20 percent of their energy being coming from renewable sources. It is also a matter of business and entrepreneurs in Plovdiv in Bulgaria have got the message. They have received training, become qualified and have begun to innovate and e...

    published: 06 Sep 2013
  • UNECE programme on energy efficiency in housing - Showcase: Sofia, Bulgaria

    Sofia, like many cities in Eastern Europe, is surrounded by sprawling prefabricated housing estates, built during the socialist period. More than 60 per cent of the population live in buildings like these. With soaring energy prices and no coordinated support to upgrading, UNECE is working alongside local partners to improve the energy efficiency of such buildings. With energy bills cut by as much as 50 percent in some cases, the money invested in the renovations can be recouped in just a couple of years.

    published: 20 May 2010
  • euronews interview - PM confident Bulgaria will beat energy dependency

    http://www.euronews.com/ Bulgaria's delayed entry into Schengen, the country's energy dependency on Russia and its efforts to counter the economic crisis - Prime minister Boyko Borrisov has been speaking to euronews in an exclusive interview in the capital Sofia. Born in 1959, Borrisov set up a successful private security business before turning to politics. He was mayor of Sofia before becoming prime minister of the centre-right government. Hans Von Der Brelie, Euronews: "Prime Minister, the watchdog of free competition, the European Commission, has started investigations into Gazprom. Is the Russian gas supplier complying or not to fair competition in Bulgaria?" Boyko Borrisov: "Bulgaria was one of the EU countries most affected by the gas crisis. Back then, I was mayor of Sofi...

    published: 26 Sep 2012
  • US Television - Bulgaria (Bulgarian Energy Holding)

    Visit us: http://www.us-television.tv US-Television: - is an independent television production company - has selected the most competent and trustworthy professionals - is specialised in the production of country business features These features: - are broadcast on FOX5 New York - give a full overview of the economic situation in a country - promote trade & investment opportunities - US Television is a tradename of United International Press

    published: 17 Feb 2014
  • Bulgaria hopes for energy independence

    http://www.euronews.com/ A consortium of energy companies has signed a deal is to start exploring for gas and oil off Bulgaria's Black Sea coast. French oil major Total, Austria's OMV and Spain's Repsol plan to spend hundreds of millions of euros to drill two wells near to a site in Romanian waters where a successful gas discovery was made. The deal boosts Bulgaria's hopes to end its almost complete dependence on Russian gas imports. "Today we are paving the way to Bulgaria's energy independence," Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev said after the signing. Bulgaria meets over 90 percent of its gas needs with supplies from Russia's Gazprom and is seeking ways to diversify its gas routes and sources to cuts costs and boost its energy security. Dobrev has said that gas production could start i...

    published: 29 Aug 2012
  • energy strategy of bulgaria

    energy strategy of bulgaria

    published: 01 Apr 2009
  • Bulgaria Official Mideast Tour: PM Boiko up Israel's potential in energy sphere

    Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boiko Borisov is on a two-day trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories. In Jerusalem, he paid a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City. He also held talks with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu. The two men say collaboration in the security sphere to battle threats such as terror group ISIL is already strong. But they state they want to increase cooperation across a range of other sectors. Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu: "And we are going to discuss all the areas of cooperation in economy, trade, security and in many, many other fields and in technology between Bulgaria and Israel." Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv

    published: 25 Feb 2016
  • Bio-energy In Motion Bulgaria

    published: 05 Dec 2011
  • Bulgarian green energy. Renewable energy in Bulgaria, Dobrudja.

    Fields of generators around Kavarna, Dobrudja in Bulgaria.

    published: 06 Aug 2012
  • ZEN ENERGY DEL MAR NEGRO , BULGARIA

    published: 27 Jun 2015
  • AES Bulgaria - We are the Energy

    AES Bulgaria is part of the AES Corporation - a Fortune 200 global power company, headquartered in the United States. It provides safe, reliable and sustainable energy to 17 countries around the world through a diverse portfolio of distribution businesses, as well as thermal and renewable generation facilities. Having been present in Bulgaria for almost two decades, AES is the largest foreign investor in the country with over 1.6 billion EUR in investments in the energy sector. The company contributes to the security of electricity supply and increases the energy independence of the country by using only local resources. AES Bulgaria has created more than 600 local jobs, including a number of them at the company’s Eurasia Shared Service Center in Sofia. We also contribute to the devel...

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • Temenuzhka Petkova | Bulgaria Energy Minister

    Trans Adriatic Pipeline | Thessaloniki, Greece 17/05/2016 Videos and Photos http://www.livemedia.com/tap

    published: 17 May 2016
  • Biomass energy plant commissioning demo 2MW in Bulgaria

    published: 05 Apr 2017
  • Energy crisis in Bulgaria as Russian gas cuts bite

    (8 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST Dobrich 1. Early morning sunrise over frozen landscape 2. Close up of smoke coming out of chimney 4. Wide of wooden shed 3. Elderly woman making collecting straw in village Harkovo, north of Dobrich 4. Children walking to school 5. Entrance of school, Bulgarian flag and school sign 6. Close up of frozen windows of school Dobrich 7. Close up of banner on motorway reading: (Bulgarian) "Gas for homes," electricity plant in background 8. Street scene in downtown Dobrich, people wrapped up and walking in snow 9. Stray dogs lying in the sun 10. Close up of man walking in street 11. Newspaper kiosk 12. Various close ups of newspapers illustrating gas crisis 13. Bulgarian and EU flags 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Lilyana Sabeva, head of Dobrich mayor's cabinet: ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Bulgaria Key Battleground in US-Russia Energy War

    As the U.S. wages a high-profile campaign against Russia over Ukraine, it is also battling Kremlin-dominance on another front - energy in Eastern Europe.

    published: 24 Feb 2015
  • Renewable Energy in Bulgaria from the sky

    Some of the plants for renewable energy in Bulgaria shot from the sky. Wind farm of Vetrocom at Buzhludzha with its 73.5 MW power. Photovoltaic power park near Radievo with its 16 MW power. Construction of Martiza Highway. Aerial photography by www.quadvert.com

    published: 30 Jul 2014
  • Kristina Kostov - ,,Ne si za men,, #Happy #Energy #Tour (Sofia, Bulgaria) 💗

    published: 17 Sep 2017
  • ENRIQUE interview for Radio ENERGY Bulgaria!

    published: 07 Mar 2011
  • Bulgaria: President joins mass street protest against energy prices

    The president of Bulgaria, Rosen Plevneliev, was booed on Sunday when he joined a protest rally of around 5,000 people in the capital Sofia. Across the nation, tens of thousands came out in the latest of a series of protests over rising electricity bills that have already caused the resignation of prime minister Boiko Borisov.

    published: 24 Feb 2013
  • Nuclear Safety Programmes in Romania and Bulgaria - EEA and Norway Grants

    This film informs about two Regional Excellence Programmes on Safe Nuclear Energy in Bulgaria and Romania. Romanian programme background: The Romanian National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control (CNCAN) and the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) agreed to fund an IAEA Extra Budgetary Programme (EBP) on safe nuclear energy in Romania. The programme aimed to reduce the risk of nuclear accidents and improve preparedness and response of emergency organizations and personnel in Romania. The programme consisted of ten projects that addressed the enhancement needs of CNCAN and the Romanian nuclear power plant operator Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN) regarding safety related activities. The programme had a special focus on the revision and establishment of...

    published: 21 Oct 2011
  • Ruslana in Bulgaria "Wild Energy"

    Ruslana presents her new Wild Energy Show in Sofia, Bulgaria on 23 February 2008 at the natinal final for Eurovision Song Contest. Her show was broadcast live at the same time in Ukraine and she introduce it fist by saying some words. The first song she sing is "Wild Energy" that can be seen in this video.

    published: 23 Feb 2008
  • Interview with Enrique X-clusive on radio ENERGY Bulgaria

    published: 29 Sep 2010
  • Azeri-Bulgaria Gas Deal: Bulgaria seeks to break dependence on Russian energy supplies

    Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev announced on a visit to Bucharest that his country had signed a contract to import gas from Azerbaijan from 2019. The move comes as the Balkan country steps up efforts to diversify as it currently gets 90% of its gas from Russia. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv

    published: 20 Feb 2015
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Bulgaria: energy efficient cities

Bulgaria: energy efficient cities

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United Nations, New York, December 2009 - Bulgaria, like many other Eastern European countries that were once part of the soviet bloc, has cities riddled with deteriorating housing that consume lots of energy. A new initiative supported by the UN European commission is helping retrofit buildings, making them more energy efficient, and lowering the carbon footprint of urban areas
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New energy and new directions in Bulgaria - business planet

New energy and new directions in Bulgaria - business planet

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Renewable energy is not only essential for the well-being of the environment, it is also a legal... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/09/06/new-energy-and-new-directions-in-bulgaria Renewable energy is not only essential for the well-being of the environment, it is also a legal requirement. By 2020 European states must reach a target of 20 percent of their energy being coming from renewable sources. It is also a matter of business and entrepreneurs in Plovdiv in Bulgaria have got the message. They have received training, become qualified and have begun to innovate and expand their businesses. Aleksander Shenkov is a young entrepreneur with a real passion for renewable energy. He started his first company to install solar panels in 2006. Two years ago he took part in the Install + Res training programme, part of the Intelligent Energy Europe project to get qualified and expand his area of expertise. Shenkov said it really helped his business: "The training gave me the idea to develop innovative products manufactured here in Bulgaria, like refrigerated trucks powered by solar panels and decorative solar shutters." He now has several strings to his bow. He is a consultant for a number of companies and has a contract worth millions with a leading international player in refrigerated transport. He believes the training has unlocked a global opportunity for his ideas: "The products have brought us international recognition from France, Spain, North Africa and even Peru." Assessing the impact of the training Business Planet reporter Serge Rombi described the project as a pilot institution that specialises in renewable energy in Sofia. Shenkov received 240 hours of free training. After a 2009 EU Directive only certified installers now have the right to work in the renewable energy sector. The project coordinator at the Vocational High School of Electronics in Sofia, Iglika Nedelcheva, said: "A total of 77 entrepreneurs have been trained and we have issued 163 certificates in the area of photovoltaic installations, solar thermal systems, biomass and heat pumps." The Install + Res project was initiated in Germany and moved on to Bulgaria, Poland, Greece, Slovenia and Italy. It was an initiative that gave the development of renewable energy a real boost, says Iglika Nedelcheva: "We have also trained jobless individuals, who went on to find work and teachers who now pass on the skills to the young." Aleksander described the recipe for success in the renewable energy market in this way: Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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UNECE programme on energy efficiency in housing - Showcase:  Sofia, Bulgaria

UNECE programme on energy efficiency in housing - Showcase: Sofia, Bulgaria

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Sofia, like many cities in Eastern Europe, is surrounded by sprawling prefabricated housing estates, built during the socialist period. More than 60 per cent of the population live in buildings like these. With soaring energy prices and no coordinated support to upgrading, UNECE is working alongside local partners to improve the energy efficiency of such buildings. With energy bills cut by as much as 50 percent in some cases, the money invested in the renovations can be recouped in just a couple of years.
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euronews interview - PM confident Bulgaria will beat energy dependency

euronews interview - PM confident Bulgaria will beat energy dependency

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http://www.euronews.com/ Bulgaria's delayed entry into Schengen, the country's energy dependency on Russia and its efforts to counter the economic crisis - Prime minister Boyko Borrisov has been speaking to euronews in an exclusive interview in the capital Sofia. Born in 1959, Borrisov set up a successful private security business before turning to politics. He was mayor of Sofia before becoming prime minister of the centre-right government. Hans Von Der Brelie, Euronews: "Prime Minister, the watchdog of free competition, the European Commission, has started investigations into Gazprom. Is the Russian gas supplier complying or not to fair competition in Bulgaria?" Boyko Borrisov: "Bulgaria was one of the EU countries most affected by the gas crisis. Back then, I was mayor of Sofia. The temperature was between 15 and 12 degrees below zero. We spent 10 to 15 days without gas and no one helped us. "We are assisting the European Commission with its investigation into Gazprom. Bulgargas and Bulgartransgas handed over all the relevant documents to the Commission a few months ago. "Meanwhile we learned our lesson. That's why we have now built a gas pipeline interconnection with Romania. The interconnection with Greece is at a very advanced stage and will be completed in a month or two. "Construction work on an interconnector with Turkey and a link to Serbia is about to start. "However, the greatest source of energy diversification for Bulgaria is the oil and gas deposits in the Black Sea. "I am confident that Bulgaria will successfully diversify its energy supplies within three to four years." HVDB, Euronews: "I will rephrase my question: are you still backing the European pipeline project Nabucco or is Nabucco dead? Are you backing the Russian project South Stream?" Boyko Borissov: "I hadn't expected this question, but as it happens, over there, on my desk, there should be a map. This map is an answer to your question. This is Bulgaria, and here you can see how we will ensure diversification of our energy sources. Here lie the prospective gas supplies. This area will supply Bulgaria with gas. And there you have the Russian "South Stream" pipeline project. "That is the Turkish Tanap pipeline and the Nabucco project, and the Asian gas coming from the Shah Deniz gas field will follow this route. My finger is pointing at what we are building at the moment. "Why we are doing this? It is very important that the Turkish Tanap-pipeline reaches Bulgaria and that Nabucoo-West and the South East Europe Pipeline move closer to Europe. "The other route, the Trans Adriatic Pipeline, is a link to Italy, that is why we are doing our best so that both Nabucco West and the SEEP move ahead. "Regarding the Nabucco project, Bulgaria has done all it can: the parliament approved its construction. We have signed all the documents that are required and we can start construction work tomorrow if necessary. I am looking forward to the launch of the Nabucco project." HVDB, Euronews: "Given that we are talking about geography, Bulgaria is very much exposed to Greece and its economic problems: What are the consequences of these Greek problems on the Bulgarian economy?" Boyko Borrisov: "Greece is a good neighbour and friend. However, the EU was very harsh with Bulgaria and Romania, but was very tolerant towards Greece. And right now, we are all suffering from this tolerance. The most important thing is to meet the Maastricht criteria, they have to be respected. "What has Bulgaria done, so far, in the past three years? We have carried out a pension reform. We have increased the retirement age and frozen pensions and salaries. "Our budget deficit currently stands at 1.2 percent, and foreign debt is at 14 percent. Inflation is at zero percent. "The only other EU countries whose economic performance is anywhere near ours are Denmark and Finland." HVDB, Euronews: "So are you ready for the European single currency, the euro? Your finance minister just said that Bulgaria will postpone euro membership. Can you confirm this?" Boyko Borrisov: "While Bulgaria complies with the Maastricht criteria and, along with Germany, adopts the deficit reduction procedures, other countries are not complying with these criteria. Why is that? "What justifies such populism and nationalism against those who are on the right path? They should concentrate on sorting out their own financial problems instead. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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US Television - Bulgaria (Bulgarian Energy Holding)

US Television - Bulgaria (Bulgarian Energy Holding)

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Visit us: http://www.us-television.tv US-Television: - is an independent television production company - has selected the most competent and trustworthy professionals - is specialised in the production of country business features These features: - are broadcast on FOX5 New York - give a full overview of the economic situation in a country - promote trade & investment opportunities - US Television is a tradename of United International Press
https://wn.com/US_Television_Bulgaria_(Bulgarian_Energy_Holding)
Bulgaria hopes for energy independence

Bulgaria hopes for energy independence

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http://www.euronews.com/ A consortium of energy companies has signed a deal is to start exploring for gas and oil off Bulgaria's Black Sea coast. French oil major Total, Austria's OMV and Spain's Repsol plan to spend hundreds of millions of euros to drill two wells near to a site in Romanian waters where a successful gas discovery was made. The deal boosts Bulgaria's hopes to end its almost complete dependence on Russian gas imports. "Today we are paving the way to Bulgaria's energy independence," Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev said after the signing. Bulgaria meets over 90 percent of its gas needs with supplies from Russia's Gazprom and is seeking ways to diversify its gas routes and sources to cuts costs and boost its energy security. Dobrev has said that gas production could start in six years, provided that the exploration points to substantial gas reserves. "Out hopes are that the gas deposits will at least match the deposits discovered in the Romanian field. And our field is three times bigger," Dobrev said. The drilling of a deep water well is estimated to cost around 300 million euros. Fabrice Chevalier, a project director at Total, said: "In the future, if there is a development, there will be certainly (an investment of) billions of dollars, if there are hydrocarbons." Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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energy strategy of  bulgaria

energy strategy of bulgaria

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energy strategy of bulgaria
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Bulgaria Official Mideast Tour: PM Boiko up Israel's potential in energy sphere

Bulgaria Official Mideast Tour: PM Boiko up Israel's potential in energy sphere

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Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boiko Borisov is on a two-day trip to Israel and the Palestinian territories. In Jerusalem, he paid a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City. He also held talks with his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu. The two men say collaboration in the security sphere to battle threats such as terror group ISIL is already strong. But they state they want to increase cooperation across a range of other sectors. Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu: "And we are going to discuss all the areas of cooperation in economy, trade, security and in many, many other fields and in technology between Bulgaria and Israel." Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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Bio-energy In Motion Bulgaria

Bio-energy In Motion Bulgaria

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Bulgarian green energy. Renewable energy in Bulgaria, Dobrudja.

Bulgarian green energy. Renewable energy in Bulgaria, Dobrudja.

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Fields of generators around Kavarna, Dobrudja in Bulgaria.
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ZEN ENERGY  DEL MAR NEGRO , BULGARIA

ZEN ENERGY DEL MAR NEGRO , BULGARIA

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AES Bulgaria - We are the Energy

AES Bulgaria - We are the Energy

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AES Bulgaria is part of the AES Corporation - a Fortune 200 global power company, headquartered in the United States. It provides safe, reliable and sustainable energy to 17 countries around the world through a diverse portfolio of distribution businesses, as well as thermal and renewable generation facilities. Having been present in Bulgaria for almost two decades, AES is the largest foreign investor in the country with over 1.6 billion EUR in investments in the energy sector. The company contributes to the security of electricity supply and increases the energy independence of the country by using only local resources. AES Bulgaria has created more than 600 local jobs, including a number of them at the company’s Eurasia Shared Service Center in Sofia. We also contribute to the development of the local society through different CSR programs and have invested more than 7 million EUR in projects that benefit the local communities. Find out more here: http://aes.bg/?lang=en
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Temenuzhka Petkova | Bulgaria Energy Minister

Temenuzhka Petkova | Bulgaria Energy Minister

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Trans Adriatic Pipeline | Thessaloniki, Greece 17/05/2016 Videos and Photos http://www.livemedia.com/tap
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Biomass energy plant commissioning demo 2MW in Bulgaria

Biomass energy plant commissioning demo 2MW in Bulgaria

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Energy crisis in Bulgaria as Russian gas cuts bite

Energy crisis in Bulgaria as Russian gas cuts bite

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(8 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST Dobrich 1. Early morning sunrise over frozen landscape 2. Close up of smoke coming out of chimney 4. Wide of wooden shed 3. Elderly woman making collecting straw in village Harkovo, north of Dobrich 4. Children walking to school 5. Entrance of school, Bulgarian flag and school sign 6. Close up of frozen windows of school Dobrich 7. Close up of banner on motorway reading: (Bulgarian) "Gas for homes," electricity plant in background 8. Street scene in downtown Dobrich, people wrapped up and walking in snow 9. Stray dogs lying in the sun 10. Close up of man walking in street 11. Newspaper kiosk 12. Various close ups of newspapers illustrating gas crisis 13. Bulgarian and EU flags 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Lilyana Sabeva, head of Dobrich mayor's cabinet: "The gas supply is very small, and only housings, hospitals and kindergartens have the gas supply. All the industrial companies, public buildings, administration and so on, they don't have anything, schools are closed, children have to stay home." 15. Entrance of main gym in town 16. Various of empty classrooms STORYLINE The Russia-Ukraine natural gas dispute hit Bulgaria with the force of a winter storm, cutting or limiting supplies and leaving tens of thousands of people without heat. In the Balkan country, which depends totally on Russian gas, the eastern cities of Varna and Dobrich were left without any gas due to the cutoff. Authorities said 12,000 Varna households were without central heating amid freezing temperatures. Speaking in Dobrich , local official Lilyana Sabeva said that only "housings, hospitals and kindergartens have the gas supply". With pipeline operator Bulgargaz saying Bulgaria had gas reserves for only a few days, President Georgi Parvanov urged authorities to restart a mothballed unit of its nuclear plant. European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has pressed the prime ministers of Russia and Ukraine for a quick resolution to the standoff. Europe depends on Russia for one-quarter of its natural gas, and about 80 percent of that is shipped through pipelines crossing Ukraine. Other smaller pipelines run through Belarus and Turkey. Barroso said Ukraine and Russia both agreed to accept international monitors that could verify the flow of gas, a concession from Ukraine that would meet one of Russia's conditions for resuming gas supplies. Russia has accused Ukraine of siphoning off gas meant for European customers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5e93ddeb29a9f72047baf40e71ea87ff Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Bulgaria Key Battleground in US-Russia Energy War

Bulgaria Key Battleground in US-Russia Energy War

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As the U.S. wages a high-profile campaign against Russia over Ukraine, it is also battling Kremlin-dominance on another front - energy in Eastern Europe.
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Renewable Energy in Bulgaria from the sky

Renewable Energy in Bulgaria from the sky

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Some of the plants for renewable energy in Bulgaria shot from the sky. Wind farm of Vetrocom at Buzhludzha with its 73.5 MW power. Photovoltaic power park near Radievo with its 16 MW power. Construction of Martiza Highway. Aerial photography by www.quadvert.com
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Kristina Kostov - ,,Ne si za men,, #Happy #Energy #Tour (Sofia, Bulgaria) 💗

Kristina Kostov - ,,Ne si za men,, #Happy #Energy #Tour (Sofia, Bulgaria) 💗

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ENRIQUE interview for Radio ENERGY Bulgaria!

ENRIQUE interview for Radio ENERGY Bulgaria!

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Bulgaria: President joins mass street protest against energy prices

Bulgaria: President joins mass street protest against energy prices

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The president of Bulgaria, Rosen Plevneliev, was booed on Sunday when he joined a protest rally of around 5,000 people in the capital Sofia. Across the nation, tens of thousands came out in the latest of a series of protests over rising electricity bills that have already caused the resignation of prime minister Boiko Borisov.
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Nuclear Safety Programmes in Romania and Bulgaria - EEA and Norway Grants

Nuclear Safety Programmes in Romania and Bulgaria - EEA and Norway Grants

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2011
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This film informs about two Regional Excellence Programmes on Safe Nuclear Energy in Bulgaria and Romania. Romanian programme background: The Romanian National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control (CNCAN) and the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) agreed to fund an IAEA Extra Budgetary Programme (EBP) on safe nuclear energy in Romania. The programme aimed to reduce the risk of nuclear accidents and improve preparedness and response of emergency organizations and personnel in Romania. The programme consisted of ten projects that addressed the enhancement needs of CNCAN and the Romanian nuclear power plant operator Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN) regarding safety related activities. The programme had a special focus on the revision and establishment of regulatory instruments such as regulations, guidelines, documents and quality assurance of regulatory activities. Improvements were done in five focus areas: safety assessment, safety culture, capacity building, emergency preparedness and response, and management systems. 85% of the programme funds came from The EEA and Norway Grants and the grant organization Innovation Norway (project: 2008/115227) on the basis of an application from CNCAN, the programme promoter, and NRPA, the main programme partner partner. 15% of the programme funds came from Romania in form of cash and in-kind (human resources) contributions. Bulgarian programme background: The programme on Safe Nuclear Energy in Bulgaria is analogous to the Romanian one, though smaller in scope and with technical differences due to distinction in the type of nuclear power plants. The programme was initiated by the Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Agency (BNRA), NRPA and implemented as IAEA Extra Budgetary Programme (EBP) on safe nuclear energy in Bulgaria. 85% of the programme funds came from EEA and Norway Grants and Innovation Norway (project: 2008/115264). 15% of the programme funds came from Bulgaria in form of financial contributions. The programme consisted of four projects that addressed the enhancement needs of the BNRA and the Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant regarding safety related activities. Improvements were done in two focus areas: safety assessment, and emergency preparedness and response. Both Romanian and Bulgarian programme on Safe Nuclear Energy were concluded with a joint Bulgarian-Romanian exercise "Nautilus-2011" involving a transport of nuclear materials along the Danube River. All activities under two programmes were completed on 30 April 2011. For more information: Pavel Tishakov, project manager pavel.tishakov@nrpa.no Department for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety, Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority www.nrpa.no
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Ruslana in Bulgaria "Wild Energy"

Ruslana in Bulgaria "Wild Energy"

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2008
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Ruslana presents her new Wild Energy Show in Sofia, Bulgaria on 23 February 2008 at the natinal final for Eurovision Song Contest. Her show was broadcast live at the same time in Ukraine and she introduce it fist by saying some words. The first song she sing is "Wild Energy" that can be seen in this video.
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Interview with Enrique X-clusive on radio ENERGY Bulgaria

Interview with Enrique X-clusive on radio ENERGY Bulgaria

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  • Updated: 29 Sep 2010
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Azeri-Bulgaria Gas Deal: Bulgaria seeks to break dependence on Russian energy supplies

Azeri-Bulgaria Gas Deal: Bulgaria seeks to break dependence on Russian energy supplies

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  • Updated: 20 Feb 2015
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Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev announced on a visit to Bucharest that his country had signed a contract to import gas from Azerbaijan from 2019. The move comes as the Balkan country steps up efforts to diversify as it currently gets 90% of its gas from Russia. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
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