Slovenian Gas Transmission System Can Be Injected With 8-9 TWh of Renewable Gas

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian Gas Transmission System Can Be Injected With 8-9 TWh of Renewable GasPhoto: Ankica Đukić

Analyses conducted by Slovenia’s Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) and the country’s gas TSO Plinovodi reveal that the Slovenian transmission system can be injected with 8-9 TWh of renewable gas,

Unit 1 of Romanian Cernavoda NPP Offline

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Unit 1 of Romanian Cernavoda NPP OfflinePhoto: Incont.ro

Romania's state-owned company Nuclearelectrica, the operator of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant (NPP), has announced that unit 1 of the NPP was shut down in a controlled manner during the morning of

Slovenian Resalta Enters Polish Market Through Joint Venture

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenian Resalta Enters Polish Market Through Joint VenturePhoto: Roman Pekljaj

The Slovenian energy efficiency and renewable energy company Resalta has announced the launch of its new joint venture with the Polish energy transition service provider Luneos. The new venture will

New SEE Report: Serbian Spot Power Prices Increase to 59.28 EUR/MWh

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Energetika.NET
New SEE Report: Serbian Spot Power Prices Increase to 59.28 EUR/MWhPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Find out more about the latest movements of spot power market prices in South East Europe (SEE) in Balkan Energy Trading report, prepared for Energetika.NET by Balkan Energy News.

Romania’s Day-Ahead Market Prices Are the Most Expensive in Europe

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania’s Day-Ahead Market Prices Are the Most Expensive in EuropePhoto: Roman Peklaj

The price of electricity traded on the day-ahead market on the Romanian power exchange between 12 August and 12 September 2019 was almost the highest every day compared to other power exchanges in

Slovenian Plinovodi Expects 4-5% Year-on-Year Increase in Gas Transit

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian Plinovodi Expects 4-5% Year-on-Year Increase in Gas TransitPhoto: Plinovodi

After a very challenging period last year, when the decline in natural gas transit towards Croatia left Slovenia’s gas TSO Plinovodi with a cut in revenue of more than 25%, the situation has

North Macedonian ESM to Expand the Oslomej Solar Power Plant in the Future

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
North Macedonian ESM to Expand the Oslomej Solar Power Plant in the FuturePhoto: Ana V. Vršnak

North Macedonia is moving more decisively forward with decarbonisation, reads a press release from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). As part of this, the North Macedonian

Coal Excavation in Serbian Radljevo Coal Basin to Start At the End of 2019

Date: 18.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Coal Excavation in Serbian Radljevo Coal Basin to Start At the End of 2019Photo: Energetika.NET archive

“It is planned that the start of coal excavation in the Serbian Radljevo coal basin will begin at the end of 2019. Radljevo has a coal excavation potential of 450 million tonnes in balance reserves,

DNV GL: Gas to Be Dominant Energy Source From 2026 Until 2050

Date: 17.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
DNV GL: Gas to Be Dominant Energy Source From 2026 Until 2050Photo: Roman Peklaj

Global oil demand will peak in the mid-2020s and gas demand will keep rising to 2033. Gas demand will then plateau, and the fuel will remain dominant until the end of the forecast period in 2050, when

Romania's Power Imports Up 45% in First Seven Months of 2019

Date: 17.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Romania's Power Imports Up 45% in First Seven Months of 2019Photo: Roman Peklaj

Romania's electricity imports increased by 45.2% to 2,131.6 GWh in the first seven months of 2019 compared to the same period in 2018, while electricity exports fell by 31.9% to 2,374.1 GWh, reported

EIB Grants EUR 53m Loan to Two Slovenian Power Distributors

Date: 17.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EIB Grants EUR 53m Loan to Two Slovenian Power DistributorsPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted a EUR 53 million loan to two Slovenian power distribution companies - Elektro Maribor and Elektro Primorska, said the European Commission on Monday.

IAEA: Nuclear Capacity Could Fall by 6% or Increase by 80% by 2050

Date: 17.09.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
IAEA: Nuclear Capacity Could Fall by 6% or Increase by 80% by 2050Photo: Rosatom

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) projects that by 2030 the global nuclear electrical generating capacity will decline by some 8% based on the low case scenario (to 365 GW(e)) or increase


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