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Hamburg, Germany- On April 24, 2012 Bulgaria passed an energy efficiency act and by doing so clearly emphasised the necessity for efficiency in energy use.
During a personal visit from Martin Richard Kristek, CEO of Care-Energy, to the Deputy Minister for Economy, Energy and Tourism Valentin Nikolov in Sofia on April 25, Mr Kristek applauded this precedent-setting action and the country’s clear determination to use energy in an efficient and therefore sustainable fashion. Simultaneously, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov adopted the new chapter – energy efficiency – on the implementation of EU energy efficiency guidelines.
The same day, Martin Richard Kristek, in his role as managing director and owner of the Care-Energy group of companies, created the company Care-Energy Bulgaria OOD, with its headquarters in Sofia. “I am very proud that Dr. Atanas Kanchev has agreed to take on the position of CEO for this company, and together with Care-Energy Bulgaria OOD, we will do everything in our power to support the objectives set by the government,” said Martin Richard Kristek.
Dr. Atanas Kanchev studied business at the highly acclaimed “D.A. Tsenov” Academy of Economics in Svishtov, held the post of Deputy Minister of Finance in Bulgaria from 2007 to 2009, and holds key positions in finance to this day.
Care-Energy Bulgaria OOD, with its headquarters in Sofia, will take on the responsibility of building and extending the business activities of Care-Energy in Bulgaria as well as in Croatia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. All Care-Energy business activities will be modelled on those practiced by Care-Energy in Germany. This includes an energy trading desk for delivering and supplying electricity, gas and other energy related and environmental products from and within the CEE region to resellers and bulk buyers.
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