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    Bulgaria’s future as a gas hub

    Natural gas is a key technology in the transition to decarbonization. With the goal of achieving a 55% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 to meet Europe’s Green Deal ambitions, EU Member States must adapt their infrastructure and investments to pave the way for renewable technologies.

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    Carbon capture technologies can help cut emissions whilst ensuring security of supply

    The urgency of the climate crisis is driving world leaders to give more attention to their climate neutrality strategy and assess whether the expected results will be sufficient to bring about change. The European Union has been a key early driver of the green transition. At the end of 2019, the European Commission published the European Green Deal, comprising a roadmap for making the EU's economy sustainable.

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    Accelerating the future of energy, together

    At AES, we partner with communities to enhance the lives of local people, powering their businesses with reliable and sustainable energy.  This is what AES Bulgaria, the largest foreign investor in the country’s energy sector, has been doing for over a decade.

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    AES Energy Storage is helping to provide a secure, reliable electricity supply in Zeeland, the Netherlands

    (16.12.2020) 

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    Celebrating the tenth anniversary of Bulgaria’s largest wind farm, St. Nikola

    (11.11.2020)

    In March this year, the largest wind farm in Bulgaria – St. Nikola – celebrated its 10th anniversary since the start of its commercial operations. With an installed capacity of 156 MW – and 52 wind turbines with 3 MW of capacity each, the farm is providing over 22% of the total wind capacity installed in the country. The facility is part of the diverse portfolio of AES in Bulgaria.

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    AES Corporation: Advancing Bulgaria’s energy transition through innovation

    (08.09.2020)

    INTERVIEW WITH OLIVIER MARQUETTE, PRESIDENT OF AES BULGARIA

    In light of its significant historical dependence on fossil fuel power generation, Bulgaria is set to be heavily affected by the decarbonisation of its economy. Can you give us your perspective on the key challenges for a successful energy transition in Bulgaria?

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    Bulgaria and Central Eastern Europe: the implications of the EU Green Deal, key challenges, and the role of public-private partnerships

    (06.07.2020)

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    AES Bulgaria: The world will overcome the COVID-19 crisis with the effort and support of us all

    (11.05.20)

    Energy workers’ small town is only one of the numerous measures against COVID-19 undertaken by the company


    Safety comes first at AES. We harness one of the world’s most powerful forces: electricity. Our people always have safety in mind when they come to work each day. We ensure that each employee can return home safely. It is central to our daily activities and decisions. We always put people’s wellbeing first, and we measure our success by how safely we achieve our goals.

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    AES Bulgaria – keeping the lights on during the COVID-19 crisis

    (14.04.2020)

    Serving the communities where we operate has always been an important priority for AES. Ever since we began operating in Bulgaria we have also actively partnered with national and local authorities to deliver projects that improve people’s quality of life, supporting education, modernizing healthcare and infrastructure. AES has invested more than BGN 14 million in community-oriented projects in recent years, becoming the largest contributor in the region of Galabovo.

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    Martenitza – a lovely tradition supported by AES Bulgaria

    (23.03.2020)

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    Harnessing the power of digitalisation of the energy sector

    (09.03.2020)

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    Daniela Slavova
    Daniela Slavova, Inventory and Demand Planner at AES’ Eurasia Service Centre in Sofia, tells us what it has been like working at AES and how she has developed in that time.

    (06.01.2020)
     

    My career at AES Bulgaria started 14 years ago as administration support to the construction team for the Galabovo coal-fired power plant, the most modern plant in the Balkan region.

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    AES Galabovo: Ready for the Challenges of Winter

    (08.11.2019)

    The falling temperatures in recent weeks in Sofia reminded us that winter is only two months away. Winter is a testing time for all energy companies as demand rises and the risk of supply problems is at its highest. 

    AES Galabavo, the most modern and efficient power plant in the region, is well prepared for the challenges that winter can bring.  

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    Battery storage: a crucial technology for the energy transition and a perfect fit for AES

    Three great scientists, John B. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingham and Akira Yoshino, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry this year. What was their area of discovery? Lithium-ion batteries!

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    AES Bulgaria Is committed to helping people’s economic and social development

    Every day, AES Bulgaria contributes to Bulgaria’s economic growth and social development by providing safe and reliable energy, but also by investing in community-oriented projects.

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    Bulgaria has made important steps towards a fully liberalized, liquid and transparent energy market

    Liquidity on markets for same-day and day-ahead use is essential for generators, distributors and customers

    Across the world, fully liberalized, liquid and transparent electricity markets are essential for all market participants, be they generators, distributors or customers, since they ensure competitive market access. This applies in Bulgaria as much as anywhere else.

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    A fully functioning, integrated and transparent market is essential for Bulgaria’s energy transition

    Investors and operators need a predictable regulatory framework

    Bulgaria enjoys significant opportunities for developing its energy sector as the country moves ahead with implementing the EU’s clean energy strategy. According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Bulgaria has the potential to produce up to 35% of its energy consumption from renewable sources.

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    AES: Providing reliable and affordable power; preparing for a sustainable energy future

    Did you know that AES Bulgaria is part of a global company that provides energy to customers in 15 countries worldwide?

    The AES Corporation, which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, employs 9,000 people and manages global energy assets with a value of $33 billion. Every day we strive to provide reliable and affordable access to power for our customers worldwide while working towards a sustainable energy future.

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    AES St. Nikola Wind Farm helps Bulgaria exceed its target for energy from renewable sources

    State-of-the-art monitoring systems protects birds from collision with turbine blades

    AES is best known in Bulgaria as the largest foreign investor in the country’s energy sector. The first association with the company’s name is AES Galabovo, the country’s newest and most environmentally friendly thermal power station which supplies around 7% of the country’s total electricity needs.

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    Capacity mechanisms: an insurance policy to meet changing electricity demand

    What do thermal power plants provide? Electricity, of course. But that’s not all. They are essential to ensure sufficient capacity. This means having the ability to generate electricity when it is needed. Why is this important? Because demand for electricity varies depending on the time of day and the time of the year. Demand is usually lower at night when people are asleep and higher in the winter when people need to heat their homes. Most of these daily and annual variations are predictable.

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    The AES Corporation sets more ambitious goal to cut carbon intensity

    The AES Corporation has set a target to reduce its carbon intensity by 70% by 2030 compared to 2016. This means that the amount of carbon dioxide emissions per megawatt hour of electricity generated will be cut by 70%. This target is higher than the 50% reduction that was previously announced.

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    AES Bulgaria – working with local authorities and communities to boost economic development and improve living standards

    Since the launch of operations in Bulgaria in 2011, the company has invested over BGN 14 million (€7.2 million) in programs for local communities and provides employment, directly and indirectly, for more than 4,500 people in Bulgaria.

    AES contributes to Bulgaria’s economic growth and social development by providing reliable electricity supplies and employment but also by investing in local infrastructure and the communities where the company operates.

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    AES: Investing in innovation for the energy transition

    Innovation is essential for success in the energy business. An energy company that fails to invest in the technologies of tomorrow will be left behind in the global race to provide affordable, secure and sustainable energy.

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    Keeping the lights on: energy security in Bulgaria and across the EU

    Energy security is at the heart of the EU’s Energy Union project which aims to provide “safe, affordable and climate-friendly energy” for all European citizens. It literally means keeping the lights on for hundreds of millions of people while protecting the environment.

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    The transition to clean energy: essential but by no means quick and easy

    Energy companies must embrace the transition to clean energy. It is an obligation to future generations AND a business imperative. Any company that does not invest heavily in clean technologies and renewable energy will struggle to survive.

    But the transition cannot – sadly – happen overnight. And ironically, the types of energy we have to shift away from, like coal, can actually support the deployment of renewables in some cases. Traditional energy sources can be a bridge to a clean-energy future.

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