WEC: High Market Design Concerns in Europe

Date: 22.02.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
WEC: High Market Design Concerns in EuropePhoto: Roman Peklaj

Concerns about market design remain high in Europe despite the progress of new EU energy market regulations being processed in the European Parliament. “This highlights the persistence of

Romania’s Regulator to Defer Turnover Tax for Energy Companies

Date: 22.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania’s Regulator to Defer Turnover Tax for Energy CompaniesPhoto: © European Communities, 2009

The State Secretary at Romania’s Ministry of Energy, Doru Visan, said on 19 February that he had instructed the relevant bodies to defer the 2% turnover tax for energy companies for a period of one

Electricity Generation of Serbian TENT A TPP 17.5% Less Than Planned in 2018

Date: 22.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Electricity Generation of Serbian TENT A TPP 17.5% Less Than Planned in 2018Photo: www.tentesla.com

Electricity generation at the Serbian Nikola Tesla A (TENT A) thermal power plant (TPP) in Obrenovac last year amounted to 17.5% less than planned, which is why imports of electricity to Serbia were

Conversion to Gas of Romanian Craiova II TPP Worth EUR 180m

Date: 22.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Conversion to Gas of Romanian Craiova II TPP Worth EUR 180mPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Romania’s Energy Minister, Anton Anton, travelled yesterday to Craiova to prepare the promotion of an innovative project in the field of natural gas accumulation in Romania, which includes

Western Balkans to Receive Additional Financial Support for Energy Efficiency

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Western Balkans to Receive Additional Financial Support for Energy EfficiencyPhoto: © European Communities, 2009

The Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, will be in Podgorica in Montenegro on 21 and 22 February for the Western Balkans Ministerial on Clean

Romania Considering Merging Hidroelectrica and Oltenia Energy Complex

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania Considering Merging Hidroelectrica and Oltenia Energy ComplexPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

The Romanian Ministry of Energy plans to reorganise the country’s electricity generation by establishing a new company that will combine electricity coal generation capacities (thermal power plants)

PwC: 82% of Utilities Still Not Ready for Energy Transformation

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
PwC: 82% of Utilities Still Not Ready for Energy TransformationPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The global energy transformation is gathering pace, driven by the twin forces of changing customer expectations and rapid technological evolution. In response, companies must undertake a strategic

DSOs Facing Major Change

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Andreja Šalamun
DSOs Facing Major ChangePhoto: Roman Peklaj

If we want to ensure that the electricity distribution system operators (DSOs) are able to tackle the challenges that await them, we will need to secure a large amount of solid investment in the

Shell Teams Up With Repsol to Explore Hydrocarbons Offshore Bulgaria

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Shell Teams Up With Repsol to Explore Hydrocarbons Offshore BulgariaPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

The transfer of 20% of the exploration rights on offshore Block 1-14 Khan Kubrat, in Bulgaria’s sector of the Black Sea, to Spain's Repsol from Shell International Exploration and Development Italia

Core Construction Works on Greece-Bulgaria Pipeline to Start in Mid-2019

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Core Construction Works on Greece-Bulgaria Pipeline to Start in Mid-2019Photo: Plinovodi

Bulgaria’s Minister of Energy, Temenuzhka Petkova, said that the construction of the Greece-Bulgaria interconnector, a key element of the Southern Gas Corridor, and a joint initiative between

Energy Poverty is Greatest in the South and East of Europe

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Energy Poverty is Greatest in the South and East of EuropePhoto: © European Communities, 2009

A new study from the coalition of the European Right for Energy reveals that energy poverty is particularly prevalent in the south and east of Europe - the worst being in Bulgaria, while Slovenia

GGF Extends EUR 10m to Macedonian Ohridska Banka for RES Projects

Date: 21.02.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
GGF Extends EUR 10m to Macedonian Ohridska Banka for RES ProjectsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Green for Growth Fund (GGF) announced on Wednesday its second senior facility of EUR 10 million in Macedonian Ohridska Banka to support the bank’s on-lending for renewable energy and energy

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