Bulgarian's energy story - what went wrong and how to create our sustainable future
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This thesis sets the ambitious task to trace the development of the sector of renewable energy in Bulgaria by defining its positive moments and make recommendations for overcoming the obstacles to its development. The globalization necessitates the development of the Bulgarian economy to be considered as part of both the European and the global economy. Due to the broad and multilayered energy subject and the various dimensions its representation, the European and global experience in the sphere of the development of the sector of renewable energy sources is in the basis of the presented literature review. The primary research aims to present the standpoint of all stakeholders on particular questions. The aim is to present their position on the development of the sector so far, to find the cross points in the views of all groups of respondents in order to offer a platform that satisfies the majority of the participants in the market and serve as a tool for restarting the sector. The legislation premised the realities in the sector, the current legislative framework within which the sector develops, and the results in figures are represented within the secondary data in the survey. The last part of the thesis summarizes the conclusions based on the above information and proposes measures to help restart the sector.
Masters in Business Administration
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