Mihael Sekavčnik: Innovation Is on the Rise in Conventional Energy Industry

Date: 24.04.2017  Author: Alenka Žumbar
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Electricity, New technologies, Economy
Photo: Barbara Reya
The changing situation in the energy market has given rise to innovation even in the conventional energy industry, said Mihael Sekavčnik, a faculty member at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ljubljana, in a very thorough interview for Energetika.NET. Sekavčnik will tell you very candidly that ... more

Stavileci: Kosovo to Ensure Energy Stability with New Strategy and Liberalisation

Date: 26.04.2017  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Kosovo  Topic: Electricity, Energy policy
Photo: mzhe-ks.net
The biggest challenge facing Kosovo's energy sector continues to be security of electricity supply due to delays in building a new coal-fired power plant, as well as delays in replacing and rehabilitating production capacities, said the country's Minister of Economic Development, Blerand Stavileci, ... more

Croatia Takes a Further Step Towards (Fully) Opening Gas Market on 1 April 2017

Date: 02.03.2017  Author: Petra Šantić and Bernd Rajal, Schönherr
Countries: Croatia  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy
Photo: Shutterstock
On 17 February 2017 the Croatian Parliament enacted the eagerly awaited amendments to the Gas Market Act that are primarily intended to remove the current gas import and export restrictions – which are contrary to EU internal energy market rules - and to allow further opening of the Croatian gas mar... more
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Pegas: Austria and Slovenia Should Launch Trading Region Pilot Project

Date: 11.04.2017  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Croatia, Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy
Photo: Roman Peklaj
Austria should pursue co-operation with Slovenia in the form of a pilot trading region project. Such a project could be used to gain important implementation experience for further integration measures (e.g. a market merger), Jan Richter from Powernext, which manages the gas trading platform Pegas, ... more
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Serbian EPS Imports EUR 42m Worth of Electricity in Q1 2017

Date: 26.04.2017  Author: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Countries: Serbia  Topic: Electricity
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Serbian state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) imported 848 GWh of electricity in the first quarter of 2017, for which it paid EUR 42 million. The highest volume of electricity was purchased in January, reported Politika.... more
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