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Electricity shotage expexted in Bulgaria

Date: 10.10.2005

Bulgaria is likely to face power supply limitations over the next two years, the head of the local nuclear power plant has said.

Once the Kozloduy plant shuts its units 3 and 4, the electricity feed in the country will be restricted in certain hours, Ivan Ivanov was cited as saying.

Kozloduy's CEO also expects increased power prices.

The shutdown of the two reactors was one of the main EU preconditions for signing an accession treaty with Bulgaria.

Domestic opposition, backed also by President Georgi Parvanov, says that the terms of the decommissioning must be rescheduled.

The deadline for shutting down the two units, which provide nearly half of the country's electricity needs, is set for 2006.

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