Bulgarian Energy Holding Board OKs Discharge of NEK Executive Director

Bulgarian Energy Holding Board OKs Discharge of NEK Executive Director

Bulgaria's economy ministry said on Tuesday that the board of directors of the state-owned Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) has approved the discharge of the executive director of BEH-controlled power grid operator NEK, Mihail Andonov.

Andonov will replace outgoing BEH executive director Yordan Georgiev who was dismissed on Sunday.

Deputy economy minister Valentin Nikolov will be seated on the board of directors of both nuclear power plant Kozloduy and NEK, the ministry said in a statement.

BEH (www.bgenh.bg) incorporates assets of the Kozloduy power station, gas monopoly Bulgargaz, gas transmission system operator Bulgartransgaz, telecommunications operator Bulgartel, NEK and its wholly-owned system operator Electricity System Operator, coal-fired power plant Maritsa East 2 and the Maritsa East coal mines.

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