Blaž Košorok: HSE needs to provide funds for a substitute unit in TEŠ 6, so there is no room to accommodate major investments

Date: 01.09.2014  Author: Simona Drevenšek
Countries: Slovenia  Topic: Electricity, Energy policy, Economy
Photo: arhiv Energetika.NET
In our interview with Blaž Košorok, CEO of HSE, we tackled some current issues, such as the situation within Group HSE, the fate of the thermal power plant in Trbovlje, the investment into hydroelectric power stations on the Middle Sava River, and the expectations towards the new government in Slove... more

Pipe-Laying Vessel for South Stream Already in Bulgaria; Russia to Privatize a Stake in Rosneft

Date: 02.09.2014  Author: Simona Drevenšek
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy
Photo: Gazprom
Despite the ongoing dispute between Russia and Ukraine which consequently prompted EU and the West to impose sanctions against Russia, Russia is continuing works on South Stream pipeline. A pipe-laying ship to lay the underwater pipes for the Moscow-backed gas pipeline arrived to Bulgaria on Sunday,... more

Ukraine Announces Gas Sanctions against Russia as well as EU

Date: 27.08.2014  Author: dr. Mihael G. Tomšič
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy
Photo: iStockphoto
Ukraine's Parliament has followed the lead of the EU, ZDA and their allies in imposing economic sanctions against Russia. On 14 August, a law was passed which makes it possible for natural gas transit to be cut off. Blocking gas transit, a measure which may be authorised by the President, would indi... more
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Electric Cars – Increasingly Prominent Campaign to Take over Roads of the Future

Date: 11.08.2014  Author: Simona Drevenšek
Countries: Slovenia  Topic: Electricity, Transport, Energy policy
Photo: Simona Drevenšek
In the near future, half of the cars in homes across Slovenia will be electric, according to outgoing Slovenian minister Samo Omerzel. In terms of how affordable short-range electric cars are (in Poland, a car with a range of up to 30 km costs around EUR 8,500), this is not an unrealistic goal. If t... more
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In August, Energy Traded at between 0.1 EUR/MWh and 68.25 EUR/MWh

Date: 02.09.2014  Author: Tomaž Paljk, BSP Southpool
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Electricity, Economy
Photo: Roman Peklaj
In August 2014, the volume of day-ahead market transactions at BSP totalled 459,153.226 MWh, with average Base price at 34.74 €/MWh. In intraday market, 114 transactions were made, amounting to a total of 20,154 MWh. Of this, trading with block products accounted for 16,804 MWh, hourly products for ... more

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