Bulgaria will take 750 MW of renewables to free market

Bulgaria’s electricity export tariff will be abolished from July 1

The export tariff comprises a fee for accessing the transmission system and a fee for distribution through the network. The draft proposal of changes to the energy law says that these fees will only be paid by power producers, distribution system operators, and end users but will not apply to other participants from July 1. Since Bulgaria is planning to initiate an intra-day market coupling with Romania in June, it was imperative that the tariff was scrapped. Source: balkangreenenergynews.com/bulgaria-to-remove-electricity-export-tariff-from-july-1-take-750-mw-of-renewables-to-free-market/

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