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Gas prices continue rise on Russia-Ukraine tension

Date: 21.01.2022 Author: Kelly Paul, Montel
Gas prices continue rise on Russia-Ukraine tensionPhoto: Gazprom

European gas prices rose on Friday as diminished pipeline flows from Russia and tensions between the country and Ukraine heightened the market’s nervousness surrounding supply.

BiH’s hydro producer HET delays planned capital hike

Date: 21.01.2022 Author: Montel
BiH’s hydro producer HET delays planned capital hikePhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The shareholders’ assembly of the hydropower producer Hidroelektrane na Trebisnjici (HET), a part of Republika Srpska’s power utility ERS Holding, failed to pass a decision on a new share offering

Croatia’s Ina plans to start 12 MW solar plants by 2023

Date: 21.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatia’s Ina plans to start 12 MW solar plants by 2023Photo: pixabay.com

The Croatian oil and gas company Ina will begin constructing two solar plants with a combined capacity of 12 MW in the spring and they should be operational by 2023, the company said on Thursday.

EUAs set to hold within EUR 80-86 range

Date: 21.01.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
EUAs set to hold within EUR 80-86 rangePhoto: Pixabay

European carbon prices are set to remain stuck within an EUR 80-86/t range next week amid mixed drivers.

CO2 may hit EUR 100/t around compliance deadline – Vertis

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
CO2 may hit EUR 100/t around compliance deadline – VertisPhoto: Roman Peklaj

European carbon prices may trade around EUR 100/t closer to the end of the compliance period on 30 April, said Bernadett Papp, senior carbon analyst at Vertis Environmental Finance, on Thursday.

Core countries to expand flow-based coupling on 20 April

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Core countries to expand flow-based coupling on 20 AprilPhoto: Roman Peklaj

TSOs and power exchanges in Europe's Core region will expand the flow-based power market coupling to seven additional countries in central-eastern Europe on 20 April, they said on Thursday.

Romania expects 1 bcm of surplus gas next winter – minister

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania expects 1 bcm of surplus gas next winter – ministerPhoto: Plinovodi

Romania will have a surplus of around 1 bcm of natural gas next winter thanks to new gas sources in the Black Sea, energy minister Virgil Popescu said on Tuesday, according to local media reports.

Technical signals buoy CO2, fuels fall

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
Technical signals buoy CO2, fuels fallPhoto: ACER

European carbon prices rose on Thursday, driven largely by supportive technical indicators, while fuels markets softened amid hopes of heightened supply.

Commercial prosumer potential in SEE still untapped – think tank

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Commercial prosumer potential in SEE still untapped – think tankPhoto: Gorenje Solar

The potential of rooftop solar installations by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in south-east Europe is still being ignored by policymakers, despite the huge impact this could have on the

Half of Slovenia’s companies at risk due to high energy prices – survey

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Half of Slovenia’s companies at risk due to high energy prices – surveyPhoto: Roman Peklaj

After an 18% rise in 2021, Slovenian businesses expect their energy costs to more than double this year, which could threaten the survival of half of them, according to a survey published on Thursday.

Alpiq secures EUR 215m in support to cope with high prices

Date: 20.01.2022 Author: Christian Driessen, Montel
Alpiq secures EUR 215m in support to cope with high pricesPhoto: © European Communities, 2009

Swiss utility Alpiq has secured CHF 223m (EUR 215m) financial support from its shareholders to manage increased liquidity and credit risks stemming from high energy prices, the company said late on

Energy Network to construct 50 MW solar plant in eastern Serbia

Date: 19.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Energy Network to construct 50 MW solar plant in eastern SerbiaPhoto: pixabay.com

The Serbian company Energy Network is planning to construct a 50 MW solar plant near the town of Mali Izvor, in the eastern Serbian municipality of Zajecar.



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