Bulgaria unveiled its newest laboratory campus in December, nestled in the heart of the “Geo Milev” district in the capital.
Bulgaria is poised to make a significant stride towards sustainable energy with the Stara Zagora Hydrogen Valley project securing EUR 8.2 million in funding from the European Union (EU).
Bulgaria is set to propel itself into the global hydrogen landscape with an ambitious project receiving EUR 8.2 million from the European Union.
Bulgaria is stepping into the future of sustainable energy with a groundbreaking memorandum of understanding. “Bulgartransgaz” EAD, in collaboration with “Glavbolgarstroy Holding” AD, American companies Solar Turbines Inc. and Honeywell, and Italy’s Pietro Fiorentini, has embarked on an ambitious pilot project for the production and utilization of green hydrogen within the Chiren underground gas storage facility.
In a monumental stride towards sustainable energy, Bulgaria is poised to invest a staggering BGN 2 billion of European funds in the cities of Stara Zagora, Pernik, and Kyustendil.
Greek gas grid operator DESFA has unveiled plans to construct a €1 billion hydrogen pipeline connecting Greece to Bulgaria.
Bulgaria has set its sights on becoming a regional frontrunner in the production of green hydrogen, according to Minister Bogdanov, during a meeting with the Ambassador of Kazakhstan.
Bulgaria has recently expressed its intention to seek European financing for a hydrogen pipeline project from Sofia to Thessaloniki, signaling its commitment to developing a robust infrastructure for green hydrogen.
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Bulgaria’s gas transmission operator, Bulgartransgaz, has outlined its ten-year plan to develop the country’s gas network. The proposed plan includes the construction of new pipelines and the expansion of existing infrastructure, with a total investment of BGN 979.2 million between 2023 and 2025.