23 January 2023 - Romania and Bulgaria have agreed to build two hydropower plants on the Danube, which should be operational within the next five to six years.
18 January 2023 - Bulgaria plans to burn coal until 2030 to ensure energy security amid the ongoing crisis, while developing renewables, storage, and hydrogen
05 January 2023 - Bulgaria has signed a long-term contract with Turkey on the transit of 1.5 billion cubic meters of gas per year
23 November 2022 - Romanian officials said talks would resume with Bulgaria on building the Turnu Măgurele – Nikopol hydropower plant on the Danube river
16 September 2022 - The plant is closed for exceeding the amount of SO2 and will remain closed until it meets the norms and standards
24 August 2022 - Bulgaria is looking to Azerbaijan and Turkey for additional gas supplies, as the caretaker government announces inevitable talks with Gazprom