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International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

. Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (INECP), 2020–30 2. Green Transition Measures in Bulgaria’s Recovery and Resilience Plan 3. Retail Electricity Market FIGURES 1. GHG Emissions Per Capita, 2019 2. GHG Emissions by Economic Sectors, 2005–19 3. Share of Renewable Energy in Gross Final Energy Consumption, 2010–19 4. GHG Emissions in Transport, 1990–2019 5. GHG Emissions per GDP, 2019 6. GHG Emission Intensity per Gross Value Added by Economic Sectors, 2019 7. Gross Value Added (GVA) by Sectors, 2019 8. Share of Economic

International Monetary Fund. European Dept.

. Bulgaria: GHG Emissions in Transport, 1990–2019 (In tons of C02 equivalent) Sources: EEA. 9. However, Bulgaria still suffers from the highest GHG emissions intensity in EU, reflecting its economic structure and high within-sector energy intensity ( Figure 5 ). The intensity of GHG emissions in the production of electricity and heating, transport, and oil refinery is significantly higher than the EU-27 average ( Figure 6 ). In addition, Bulgaria’s economic structure itself is skewed toward these energy-intensive sectors ( Figure 7 ). Their share in the gross