58% of local government tenders and almost 65% of the money, or nearly half a billion levs, are distributed through controversial auctions
In the next couple of decades, the country does not need a new nuclear capacity; by then it should decide on its nuclear energy’s future
Kiril Petkov’s government suddenly collapses when it delves into the issue of a shady business operating on the border with Turkey for over a decade.
With the shuttle service restarting after a six-month hiatus, it now takes 15 minutes to get from the city to the airport - but only if you find the correct information
Who are the people behind PPS Manufacturing and what are their beliefs
The Bulgarian company started the first nitrile-glove production in Europe and is aimed at taking up the leadership position in the sector
Many Bulgarian businesses want to add photovoltaic systems to reduce their own electricity bills – what are their options?
Kadri Simson: Replacing all Russian gas immediately is impossible, cutting consumption must be part of our strategy
The EU Energy Policy Commissioner talks to Capital weekly about the risk of a complete cut-off from Russian gas - and what the EU plans to do about it
Central Asia's transport corridor is getting more important due to the pandemic and the war in Ukraine
Bulgaria’s Recovery plan finally received a green light from the EU. Coal plants get a breather as local energy production takes precedence
The government will spend 2 billion levs on populist measures without targeting the most vulnerable groups in society
Bulgaria faces the uphill task of having to find accommodation for 60,000 refugees currently in seaside hotels whose owners want to kick off their summer holiday season. Integrating them in society and in the labor market are now pressing priorities
While diversifying gas supplies is difficult, but feasible task for the state, the same cannot be said about Bulgaria’s reliance on crude oil from Russia