D. Gjiknuri, Albanian Energy Minister: First Step is Partial Opening of Power Market

Date: 25.04.2016  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Albania  Topic: Electricity, Energy policy
Photo: www.energjia.gov.al
Albania is the next of the South East European countries working on establishing its own power exchange. However, the country first has to adopt the market model. As the Albanian Energy Minister, Damian Gjiknuri, told Energetika.NET in an interview (we met him in Vienna, Austria), the market model s... more

Six Western Balkans TSOs Agree on Day-ahead Market Integration

Date: 29.04.2016  Author: Simona Drevenšek
Countries: Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Serbia, Kosovo  Topic: Electricity
Photo: Energy Community
The representatives of transmission system operators (TSOs), national regulatory authorities, and ministries of energy and power exchanges of the six Western Balkans (WB) countries – Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo – have committed to implementing a Me... more

Electrification - A Key Driver for a Decarbonised and Energy Secure Europe

Date: 05.04.2016  Author: Hans Ten Berge
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Electricity, RES and EE
Photo: Fotolia
As European policymakers explore pathways to decarbonise the EU economy, the heating, cooling and transport sectors are moving very much into focus. Contributing as much as 66% of Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions, these sectors have become a key challenge in unlocking Europe’s sustainability potent... more
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Last Attempts of German Coal Industry to Prevent Phase-Out

Date: 24.03.2016  Author: Simona Drevenšek, Berlin
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Coal, Energy policy, CO2 emissions
Photo: Simona Drevenšek
Coal is another energy source, in addition to nuclear, on Germany’s phase-out list, although with no definite timeline (2040 is seen as a potential deadline) or even a clear indication if this is possible at all. And if possible, this should be a gradual process. “It is not difficult to close the la... more
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E.ON Romania Turnover in 2015 EUR 1.1 Billion; Plans to Enter Telecom Market

Date: 28.04.2016  Author: Simona Drevenšek
Countries: Romania  Topic: Natural gas, Economy
Photo: © European Communities, 2009
E.ON Romania, the local subsidiary of the German utilities group E.ON, posted a turnover of EUR 1.1 billion last year, said Frank Hajdinjak, General Director at E.ON Romania. According to local media reports, this year the company is targeting a slight increase in revenues, to EUR 1.11 billion. In 2... more


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