The European Union's Court of First Instance, the second-highest court in the union, has rejected Poland's request for a temporary suspension of a cut in its co2 emission quota, imposed by the

Geographical indication debate intensifies as EU ups the ante

To develop projects using Suzlon wind turbines

NEW DELHI: Suzlon on Wednesday announced that its European division, Suzlon Wind Energy, had entered into a joint venture with Volkswind Bulgaria to power the company's access and growth into the Bulgarian market.

GALABOVO, Bulgaria: An energy crisis brews as potential hydropower is largely misused

While Russia and Ukraine sparred over natural gas supplies in January, leaving swathes of Eastern and Central Europe shivering in the winter chill, another energy crisis was brewing in the Balkans.