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Autors: Kolev, V. G., Draganova, I. D., Gospodinova, D. N.
Title: Trends in Energy efficiency and CO2 emissions according to Bulgarian National Energy Efficiency plan
Keywords: Energy efficiency , CO2 emissions , Bulgarian National Energy Efficiency plan , energy consumption , renewables

Abstract: Successful actions and the legislative measures introduced in Bulgaria and the whole EU related to improved energy efficiency can be assessed if the target of 32.5 % is reached. The pre-fixed percentage is hypothetical and is based on primary energy consumption, with a number of constraints in achieving the target. For a period of 20 years, the EU has saved 235 Mtoe Ultimate Energy. A very important fact is that improved energy efficiency helps to reduce the EU's dependence on energy imports. Approximately 75 % of the EU's greenhouse gas emissions are a result of the energy sector activity. Heating and cooling represent about 50 % of final energy consumption, transport is about 30 % and electricity is 20 %. At present, the energy sector in Bulgaria is making the biggest effort to decarburization by introducing renewable sources of energy. Energy consumption is expected to rise, but it will not lead to a decrease in demand for primary energy. Energy produced without harmful emissions h

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    2019 11th Electrical Engineering Faculty Conference (BulEF), 2020, Bulgaria, IEEE

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