Development of both Bulgarian Energetics and Economy

Development of both Bulgarian Energetics and Economy

30.09.2022 Author: admin

The objectives of this review are to provoke a discussion on the preservation of the coal
industry of the Republic of Bulgaria in the 21st century, to indicate and to point out the modern
technologies of lignite processing
.



The reserves of Bulgarian brown coals – lignites are estimated at 2.1 billion tons
.
The volume of lignite production in Bulgaria is 25 million tons per year and can be increased up
to 35 million tons per year
.
Thus, the reserves would be sufficient for 65 years
.
Currently, Bulgarian lignites are used as fuel for 4-coal CHP plants and provide 25% of the
country’s energy balance.

Mining of 90% of lignites in Bulgaria is carried out at the Maritsa Iztok Coalfield

(
https://www.marica-iztok.com/en/) deposit in the administrative region of Stara Zagora.
The production is carried out by the Joint Stock Company “Mini Maritsa Iztok” – in 3 open-pit mines.
The number of staff is 7 050 people…

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