Bulgarian Energy Board to Hold First Session
Tuesday, 02 September 2014
The Energy Board, which has been recently set up by the Bulgarian government, is due to have a first meeting on Tuesday.
Established as a consultative body at the Council of Ministers, the board is due to analyze the state of Bulgaria's energy sector and to look into the reasons for the permanent instability within the system.
Economy Ministry officials, business representatives, the energy watchdog DKEVR, consumer and trade unions are included in the new body.
Interim Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva will preside over the Energy Board's meetings.