The week: Bulgaria’s favorite decade, the euro-effort is shot in the leg, and banks are doing great
The past still has power over us
Another parliament bites the dust. What did it accomplish?
The 48th National Assembly will be remembered for the laws it failed to pass rather than for any meaningful breakthroughs
AE Solar Horizon to build solar panel plant in North Macedonia first
The German-Bulgarian company sticks to plans to launch production in Bulgaria at a later stage
The week: Catching-up with the neighbors and looking for a lost highway
The decisive month for Bulgaria, how we lost tens of millions on a highway, and whom did Stoichkov meet?
Changed designation of agricultural land. Is it still for development?
The new status is bound with time limits and loses legal effect in case of inaction
The German wpd is launching a project for a 75 MW wind farm near Balchik
The investment will be the first of its kind for over a decade since the last wind park was erected in the country
Michiel Van Driessche, Felixx Landscape Architects: Sofia can remove the cars around Alexander Nevsky square
The next step will then be to rethink the traffic system, he says in an interview for Capital Weekly
Bulgaria: the country with the slowest borders in the EU
Traffic is growing, but Bulgaria lacks the necessary infrastructure and organization to handle it
The week: water, migration, elections and a new King of Britain
K Insights 9/9: Bursting riverbeds, election apathy, and the Rolex priest warns of materialism
Chaira Pumped Storage Hydro Power Plant: the long story behind an accident
The plant is the largest pumped storage facility in the region
Turning waste plastic into energy
A UK company wants to build an installation for production of electricity and hydrogen in the town of Simitli, Bulgaria
Radev’s cabinet: what’s the aim?
The Donev cabinet’s first moves seem designed to overturn the legacy of the reformist Petkov gov’t - but the reasons might be more prosaic than Russian meddling