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Kosovo TSO to invest EUR 100m on new interconnectors, RES gridPhoto: Montel

Kosovo TSO to invest EUR 100m on new interconnectors, RES grid

November 25, 2022 | Montel
Electricity | Energy policy | Economy | Energy Efficiency

Kosovo’s TSO Kostt plans to invest EUR 100m over the next five years to build new interconnectors with Albania and improve its grid to accommodate renewables, Kostt board chairman Jeton Mehmeti told Montel on Thursday....


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Austria, Bavaria and Croatia sign deal to raise energy resiliencePhoto: UMAS London

Austria, Bavaria and Croatia sign deal to raise energy resilience

November 25, 2022 | Dalibor Dobrić
Energy policy

The prime ministers of Austria, Bavaria and Croatia signed a joint statement on Thursday pledging to increase their mutual energy resilience by expanding the capacity of Croatia’s LNG terminal and connecting it to Austrian pipelines....


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EU ministers agree joint gas buying, new LNG index rulesPhoto: MZOE

EU ministers agree joint gas buying, new LNG index rules

November 24, 2022 | Siobhan Hall, Montel
Renewables | Energy policy

EU energy ministers agreed new rules for joint gas buying, a new voluntary European LNG price index and intraday trading “circuit breakers” on Thursday to help reduce price volatility during the current energy crisis....


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EU gas storage must be 45% full in February – ECPhoto: GCA

EU gas storage must be 45% full in February – EC

November 24, 2022 | Siobhan Hall, Montel

EU gas storage must be at least 45% full on average on 1 February to safeguard the bloc’s energy security given the drop in Russian supplies, the European Commission said on Thursday....


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N. Macedonia’s coal, gas plans could delay green transition – NGOPhoto: Montel

N. Macedonia’s coal, gas plans could delay green transition – NGO

November 24, 2022 | Montel
Electricity | Coal | Energy policy | CO2 emissions | Economy | Ecology | Gases

North Macedonia’s decision to delay phasing out coal and increase its reliance on gas will prolong pollution-related problems and slow down its energy transition, warned Pippa Gallop, an energy advisor from the environmental NGO Bankwatch....


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Workers threaten 20% output drop at two 300 MW coal plants in BiHPhoto: www.riteugljevik.com

Workers threaten 20% output drop at two 300 MW coal plants in BiH

November 23, 2022 | Maja Žuvela
Electricity | Coal | Energy policy | Economy

Workers at Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Gacko and Ugljevik 300 MW coal plants and their adjacent mines have threatened to lower output by 20% as of 28 November unless management agrees to a wage increase....


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Enel plans 9 GW green additions, unveils EUR 21bn divestmentPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Enel plans 9 GW green additions, unveils EUR 21bn divestment

November 22, 2022 | Enza Tedesco, Montel
Electricity | Renewables | Economy

Italian utility Enel plans to add 9 GW of green capacity in Italy and Spain by 2025, though it also announced a EUR 21bn divestment to “reposition” its business, it said in its latest strategic plan....


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Eurelectric selects Eon CEO Birnbaum as new presidentPhoto: Roman Pekljaj

Eurelectric selects Eon CEO Birnbaum as new president

November 21, 2022 | Olav Vilnes, Montel
Electricity

Eon CEO Leonhard Birnbaum will replace EDF CEO Jean-Bernard Levy as president of European power sector lobby group Eurelectric, it said on Monday....


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Industry urges swifter phase out of free EUA allocationPhoto: Pixabay

Industry urges swifter phase out of free EUA allocation

November 21, 2022 | Enza Tedesco, Montel
Energy policy | CO2 emissions

The EU should end free allocations of carbon emission allowances as soon as possible and broaden the carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) scope to avoid damaging the bloc’s competitiveness, industry groups have urged....


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COP27 ends with no deal to curb use of fossil fuelsPhoto: Montel

COP27 ends with no deal to curb use of fossil fuels

November 21, 2022 | Robin Newbold, Montel
Oil and oil derivates | Coal | CO2 emissions | Ecology

The UN’s COP27 climate summit ended without a deal to curb the use of fossil fuels, though an agreement was struck on Sunday where rich nations would pay poorer countries for the damage caused by climate change....


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