Marin Zovko, Plinacro: Economic Recovery Also Should Result in New Areas of Gasification

Date: 29.09.2014  Author: Alenka Žumbar, Tanja S. Volarič
Countries: Croatia, Other countries  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy
Photo: Plinacro's archive
A lot is going on in the field of gas lately. Russia is planning new routes and new global partners that will consume its gas. Accordingly, the region of Southeast Europe also is reacting to global gas developments. Energetika.NET has talked with the president of the Board of Plinacro—the Croatian g... more

IEA: Solar Energy Could be the Largest Source of Electricity by 2050

Date: 01.10.2014  Author: Simona Drevenšek
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Electricity, RES and EE, Energy policy
Photo: Gorenje Solar
The sun could be the world’s largest source of electricity by 2050, ahead of fossil fuels, wind, hydro and nuclear, according to a pair of reports issued by the International Energy Agency (IEA). The two IEA technology roadmaps show how solar photovoltaic (PV) systems could generate up to 16% of the... more

Has Ukraine Shot Itself in the Foot With Gas Pipeline Deal?

Date: 03.09.2014  Author: Igor Alexeev
Countries: Other countries  Topic: Natural gas, Energy policy
Photo: Tomaž Klopčič
Last week Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk pushed a bill through the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) that would sell his country’s gas transportation system to a group of international investors. The provisions of the law would permit the transit of natural gas to be blocked. This decision may hurt th... 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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Base Price Expected to Stagnate at 43 to 44 EUR/MWh

Date: 29.09.2014  Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak
Countries: Slovenia, Other countries  Topic: Electricity
Photo: © European Communities, 2009
One year ago, GEN-I estimated that electricity price was unlikely to rise above 40 EUR/MWh within a year, and they were now proven to be right. The long-lasting trend of shrinking prices was reversed, while a gap between the prices in Slovenia and the prices in Germany widened, because the drop in t... more

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