Bulgaria will resume electricity exports at 1 a.m. on Tuesday after a ten-day halt.
Economy an energy minister Traicho Traikov has ordered power exports to resume, the head of the National Electricity Company, Mihail Andonov, told the state-run Bulgarian National Radio on Sunday.
Bulgaria halted electricity exports on February 10 amid a domestic supply crunch caused by an ongoing cold wave.
Bulgaria exports electricity to all of its neighbours, including Greece.
Also on Sunday the press centre of Kozloduy nuclear power plant said the plant's units five and six are operating at full capacity.