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Serbian Eps gets EUR 49.02m WBIF grant

Date: 09.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian Eps gets EUR 49.02m WBIF grantPhoto: Interenergo

Serbia’s power utility Eps has received an EU grant of EUR 49.02m to help finance the construction of one wind farm, overhaul an ageing hydropower complex and design technical documentation for two

German power curve falls with easing gas supply fears

Date: 09.12.2022 Author: Isaac Bah, Montel
German power curve falls with easing gas supply fearsPhoto: ACER

Prices along the German power curve fell on Friday in line with lower gas prices as gas storage withdrawals remained lower than expected.

Carbon prices flat amid expiring contracts, reform talks

Date: 09.12.2022 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
Carbon prices flat amid expiring contracts, reform talksPhoto: Roman Peklaj

A rally in European carbon prices slowed this week as the market awaited direction from the looming expiry of options contracts and EU meetings to negotiate market reforms.

Serbian Eps plans new coal, solar, carbon capture at Kolubara

Date: 08.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian Eps plans new coal, solar, carbon capture at KolubaraPhoto: EPS

Proposed changes to the Kolubara lignite mining basin’s spatial plan, which envisage further coal exploitation and new coal, solar and carbon capture storage facilities have the backing of

Cold spell may push heat demand to record highs – forecaster

Date: 08.12.2022 Author: Julia Demirdag, Montel
Cold spell may push heat demand to record highs – forecasterPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The current European cold spell could drive December gas demand to record highs, potentially boosting gas prices and depleting gas storage facilities, forecasters told Montel.

German power reverses gains on weather uncertainty

Date: 08.12.2022 Author: Julia Demirdag, Montel
German power reverses gains on weather uncertaintyPhoto: ACER

German power contracts reversed earlier gains on Thursday afternoon amid some diverging views about the extent of cold weather – and the impact on the demand – for the next two weeks.

FBiH local government to grant 90 MW wind concession

Date: 08.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
FBiH local government to grant 90 MW wind concessionPhoto: Interenergo

The local government in Canton 10 of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Federation (FBiH) entity will offer a concession for the construction of the 90 MW Orlokuk wind farm in south-western BiH, it said this

Acer slams exchanges for slow delivery of market projects

Date: 07.12.2022 Author: Herman Moestue, Montel
Acer slams exchanges for slow delivery of market projectsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe’s spot power exchanges have been too slow to deliver on crucial market reforms, such as 15-minute trading, an official at EU regulatory agency Acer said on Wednesday.

SEE POWER – January HU-DE spread widens on low hydro, more wind

Date: 07.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
SEE POWER – January HU-DE spread widens on low hydro, more windPhoto: ACER

The spread between the Hungarian and German January power contracts slightly widened over the week on forecasts of a drop in hydropower generation and more wind output.

45% green energy target would halve EU gas imports – study

Date: 07.12.2022 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
45% green energy target would halve EU gas imports – studyPhoto: Plinovodi

Raising the EU’s renewable energy target to 45% from 40% would halve EU gas imports and save EUR 43bn a year in gas costs by 2030, said think tank Ember on Wednesday.

Slovenia to recapitalise state-owned power utility HSE

Date: 06.12.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia to recapitalise state-owned power utility HSEPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

State capital assets manager Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SDH) will recapitalise the Slovenian power utility HSE to an amount of EUR 492m, HSE announced in a press release on Monday.

EU green power capacity to grow by 60% – IEA

Date: 06.12.2022 Author: Kelly Paul, Montel
EU green power capacity to grow by 60% – IEAPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Europe’s renewable electricity capacity could grow by almost 425 GW, or 60%, between 2022-2027 amid energy security concerns following Russia’s war on Ukraine, the International Energy Agency



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