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Bulgaria to halt only new clean energy projects
Bulgaria will temporarily suspend applications for renewable energy projects until the industry’s national plan has been adopted, environment minister Nona Karadjova said....
14 January 2010 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
Bulgaria to invite tender for second Trakiya lot by end-Jan
The Bulgarian government will stage the tender to pick builders for the second section of Trakiya highway by the end of January, construction minister Rosen Plevneliev said...
13 January 2010 - Dnevnik
construction works / road construction
Bulgaria ponders tax on renewable energy land plots
Bulgarian landowners who have obtained approval to convert their site for wind, solar and hydro power development will be imposed a property tax, according to proposed changes to...
8 January 2010 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
Bulgaria should bet on hydro, biomass to hit 2020 target
Hydro and biomass power holds the most potential of Bulgaria’s renewable energy sources, according to the nation’s renewable energy development forecast strategy...
30 December 2009 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
Clear rules to tidy up renewables development in Bulgaria
The Bulgarian government should come up with clear rules and mechanisms to minimise the risks for renewable energy projects, energy minister Traycho Traykov told state-run news...
28 December 2009 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
Bulgaria might lose EUR 1bn investment if it halts renewables
Bulgaria might see upwards of EUR 1 billion of investments slip through its fingers if it imposes a moratorium on clean energy development, an industry expert warned on Wednesday....
17 December 2009 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
Bulgaria housing prices take one of steepest slides in Europe
Bulgaria has suffered a drastic drop in home prices in the third quarter, with the 28% year-on-year decline softer only than in Latvia and Estonia, according to the latest report...
11 December 2009 - Dnevnik
construction works
Sofia named Europes least green capital
Sofia is the least "green" major city in the European Union, according to a study of the environmental sustainability of 30 major cities in 30 European countries prepared by...
9 December 2009 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / energy saving
Credit growth slows down again in October
Lending in Bulgaria rose by a paltry 0.29% month-on-month in October, slackening its pace form a 1.7% increase the previous month, according to data of the Bulgarian National Bank...
25 November 2009 - Dnevnik
Renewable energy developers to pay for grid upgrades
Clean energy investors in Bulgaria will pay a one-off fee to fund power transmission grids, according to a proposal by the energy watchdog that could come in from next year. The...
23 November 2009 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
Bulgarias grid fit for just 17% of clean energy pipeline
Bulgaria’s power system has the capacity to hook up only 17 percent of the renewable energy projects announced so far, experts told a hydro energy forum held near the...
19 October 2009 - Dnevnik
heating, ventilation, air conditioning, HVAC / alternative energy
New construction down 22 percent
The new housing, office and retail buildings in Bulgaria fell by more than 22% in August 2009 compared with the corresponding month of last year, the National Statistical...
14 October 2009 - Dnevnik
construction works
Bulgarias furniture sector braces for 40% drop in sales
Battered by a sharp deterioration in domestic demand, Bulgaria’s furniture manufacturers are facing an up to 40% slide in sales, according to Kalin Simeonov, chairman of the...
9 October 2009 - Dnevnik
Brussels races Sofia metro extension
After nine-month talks the European Commission cleared a EUR 157 million funding for the construction of the second arc of the Sofia underground railways, said Prime Minister...
28 September 2009 - Dnevnik
construction works / underground construction
Bulgaria lending still hovers near freezing point Aug 2009
The Bulgarian credit market eked out an anemic increase of slightly over 0% in August in a sign that unclogging could be tougher than expected, showed the latest figures of the...
25 September 2009 - Dnevnik
Trakiya motorway tenders scheduled for the autumn
The first long-anticipated tenders for construction of Bulgaria’s Trakiya motorway will be held in the autumn, said construction minister Rosen Plevneliev. The 115-kilometre...
15 September 2009 - Dnevnik
construction works / road construction
Business, home loan defaults zoom over 30% M/M
Overdue housing loans have ballooned by 37.5% on the month in June 2009, outpacing all other segments, according to the latest figures of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB). Bad...
24 July 2009 - Dnevnik
Bulgaria housing stock inches up in 2008
Bulgaria’s housing inventory increased by a paltry 0.1% in 2008 from the previous year, showed figures of the National Statistical Institute (NSI) released on Friday. Last...
6 July 2009 - Dnevnik
Real Estate
Bulgaria loan rates creep up after brief cool-off
After leveling off and even edging lower for two months, interest rates on consumer and housing loans in Bulgaria turned around in May to top 13.96% and 10.39%, respectively. The...
26 June 2009 - Dnevnik
Bulgaria's new construction, sales bounce back
In a sign that the Bulgarian economy has started to curb the decline, sales revenue surged by 5.2% month-on-month in April, with retail and wholesale gaining 3% and 6.7%,...
11 June 2009 - Dnevnik
construction works

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