1966 – Bulgaria and the former Soviet Union sign a partnership agreement for the construction of a nuclear power plant.
Apr 6, 1970 – The construction of Kozloduy NPP starts.
July 1974 – Unit 1 of Kozloduy NPP is put into operation.
November 1975 – Unit 2 is put into operation.
December 1980 – Unit 3 is put into operation.
May 1982 – Unit 4 is put into operation.
September 1988 – Unit 5 is put into operation.
1991 – Kozloduy NPP starts a three-phased modernisation programme for units 1 to 4 recommended by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and supported by the Bulgarian government.
December 1993 – Unit 6 is put into operation.
Apr 28, 2000 – Kozloduy NPP EAD is established and registered as a state-owned joint stock company by spinning off from the national electricity transmission company National Electricity Company (NEC) EAD. It inherits the assets and liabilities of NEC EAD.
Dec 11, 2000 - Bulgaria's State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission issues a 30-year licence to Kozloduy NPP EAD for heat and electricity generation and for heat supply.
Dec 31, 2002 - Units 1 and 2 of Kozloduy NPP are shut down.
Aug 19, 2004 – Kozloduy NPP EAD establishes a hydro power plant, VETs Kozloduy EAD.
Dec 31, 2006 - The company shuts down Units 3 and 4.
Sept 18, 2008 - The local state-owned company Bulgarian Energy Holding EAD acquires 100% in Kozloduy NPP EAD.
Last updated on Oct 9, 2021.