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The week: Lessons in change from Philadelphia, Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, Fibank is for sale

The week: Lessons in change from Philadelphia, Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, Fibank is for sale

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What lies behind the domestic electricity price surge?

What lies behind the domestic electricity price surge?

The debate evolved after the deferral of the market liberalization and Maritsa East subsidies


The week: Is CEE turning into Latin America, The return of GERB is (almost) complete, Sofia's got trouble

The week: Is CEE turning into Latin America, The return of GERB is (almost) complete, Sofia's got trouble

K Insights newsletter: 17/05



The week: Who’s running the country?

The week: Who’s running the country?

Who is really in charge? Elections lurk on every corner and a pharmaceutical boom


The week: Why we no longer need EU cash

The week: Why we no longer need EU cash

Who needs Europe's money? Or a Foreign Minister? Kozloduy gets US nuclear fuel


Who wants a free market? Bulgaria postpones wholesale electricity market liberalization

Who wants a free market? Bulgaria postpones wholesale electricity market liberalization

Meanwhile, households will have missed the optimum moment for liberalization because electricity prices are currently at their lowest


The week: How hard is it to buy trains?

The week: How hard is it to buy trains?

The train won't be coming, The free electricity market neither, And the new Constitution is a mess


Jun Young-Jun, CEO of Hyundai E&C: We Will Engage 10,000 Workers for the New Reactors at the Kozloduy NPP

Jun Young-Jun, CEO of Hyundai E&C: We Will Engage 10,000 Workers for the New Reactors at the Kozloduy NPP

"Securing competitive financing will be crucial for the success of the project," says the CEO of the Korean company in an interview


The week: Finally, some money for the cities

The week: Finally, some money for the cities

Money for the regions, Mud for political enemies, Solar for our neighbors


The week: Fly, don't float - Bulgaria enters Schengen

The week: Fly, don't float - Bulgaria enters Schengen

Schengen entry is upon us, Who wants to be a Prime Minister, A very rich church





Solar Strife: Property Battles Raging Beneath PV Park in Bulgaria

Solar Strife: Property Battles Raging Beneath PV Park in Bulgaria

Residents of the villages of Sbor and Apriltsi in the Pazardzhik region claim that their lands have been expropriated by a company owned by Ginka Varbakova. There are also more than 20 complaints filed with the prosecution.


Bulgaria bets it all on Kozloduy nuclear project, but building two reactors could be harder than politicians pretend

Bulgaria bets it all on Kozloduy nuclear project, but building two reactors could be harder than politicians pretend

The issue of costs is also a key issue on which the selling price of electricity will then depend, but let's hear what the key figures have to say


The week: A second private border?

The week: A second private border?

A private Schengen, Elections loom again, How hard is it to buy trains



The week: Beware the Greeks

The week: Beware the Greeks

Bulgaria and the Greek energy miracle, UK nukes and US nuclear power, Bansko's future


Greece could soon devour Bulgaria’s energy market and industry

Greece could soon devour Bulgaria’s energy market and industry

Bulgaria's slow green transition could lead to dire economic consequences, while Athens is ready to take over