Paul Voss, Euroheat & Power: District Energy Will Play a Key Role in the Energy System of Tomorrow

Date: 27.04.2015  Author: Alenka Žumbar
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: RES and EE, Energy policy, Heating
Photo: Barbara Reya
Changing the role and perception of district energy from ‘just’ an efficient way to supply heat to a key piece of infrastructure within the broader energy transition will be essential in the coming years, Managing Director of the European association Euroheat & Power, Paul Voss, said in the followin... more

An Example of Good Business Practice: NERDA, Tuzla

Date: 27.04.2015  Author: Alenka Žumbar
Countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia  Topic: RES and EE, New technologies, Economy
Photo: Roman Peklaj
How does one go about providing financial incentives to small and medium-sized businesses in a region struggling with severe financial challenges? And how does one encourage young people to realise their ideas even without a substantial start-up capital? And how does one contribute to energy efficie... more

Market Coupling Roll-out Continues Apace

Date: 14.04.2015  Author: Olav Vilnes
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Electricity
The EU project to roll-out power market integration will extend beyond the current 19 countries with a common annual power demand of 2,900 TWh. Day-ahead market coupling today links countries from Ljubljana to Lisbon, providing a cost-efficient use of existing cross border capacity. Yet, despite inc... more

Kostolac TPP – Where Coal, Electricity and Archaeological Remains Meet

Date: 22.04.2015  Author: Alenka Žumbar, Tanja S. Volarič
Countries: Serbia, Other countries  Topic: Electricity, Coal, Heating
Photo: Alenka Žumbar
Termoelektrane i kopovi (TE-KO) Kostolac is a company comprising the Kostolac A and Kostolac B thermal power plants with their four units, generating about 1,000 MW in total, and the Drmno open-pit mine. Currently, the company is busy not only installing a flue gas desulphurisation system, but, most... more
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Montenegro: GEN-I's Trading Share Falls Sharply

Date: 27.04.2015  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Montenegro  Topic: Electricity
Photo: iStockphoto
In March, Montenegrin company Elektroprivreda Crne Gore-BG (EPCG-BG) again overtook Interenergo, a Ljubljana-based company wholly owned by Austria's energy group Kelag, as the biggest power trader in Montenegro. Its share grew from 20.705% in February to 38.350% in March. Meanwhile, Interenergo's sh... more




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