04 January 2022 - The Bulgarian government has secured an additional EUR 650 million for businesses and energy companies due to the energy crisis
28 December 2021 - The move comes amid the ongoing energy crisis in Europe and the EU’s plans to recognize nuclear power as a low-carbon energy source.
23 December 2021 - The new benchmark price of electricity for businesses in the Republic of Srpska will be EUR 53 per megawatt-hour
16 December 2021 - Bulgarian lawmakers that were elected on November 14 voted to freeze electricity and heating prices for households until the end of March
14 December 2021 - The paper, prepared by the Energy Community Regulatory Board (ECRB), summarizes the measures taken by all nine contracting parties
08 December 2021 - An energy emergency was declared in October due to a strong rally in electricity prices. Back then the government promised EUR 200 million
30 November 2021 - The Serbian government has extended its decision from the end of October, when it caped prices for November
24 November 2021 - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić noted that the country is considering the idea with Russia's state nuclear construction company Rosatom
18 November 2021 - The high prices should fall significantly in April 2022, according to the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators
04 November 2021 - The Serbian government has ordered state power utility EPS to keep electricity prices for business customers unchanged until the end of November.
26 October 2021 - Bulgaria’s interim government has also decided to speed-up the implementation of the aid scheme planned for next year
20 October 2021 - The supervisory board of Elektroprivreda Srbije has sent an initiative to the ministry of energy to introduce a strategic reserve mechanism.