Legal Assessment on Power Generation Capacity Development in Albania

Date: 21.09.2017 Author: Lorenc Gordani
Legal Assessment on Power Generation Capacity Development in AlbaniaPhoto: personal archive

The future Albanian electricity production mix will most probably consist of hydro power, solar power and natural gas.

Natural Gas in the EU (and Slovenia) Today and Tomorrow

Date: 01.08.2017 Author: Marjan Eberlinc, Franc Žlahtič
Natural Gas in the EU (and Slovenia) Today and TomorrowPhoto: Energetika.NET

European gas demand will not see any considerable growth in the foreseeable future; even so, gas imports will increase as domestic production declines. However, considering that the EU can no longer

The EU Must Unlock Renewable Energy Potential in South East Europe

Date: 30.06.2017 Author: Wendel Trio
The EU Must Unlock Renewable Energy Potential in South East EuropePhoto: 

On 9-10 June 2017, ministers responsible for climate and energy issues in the Energy Community countries (South East Europe) met in Austria, the home of the Energy Community Secretariat. They

U.S. Clean Energy Sector Disappointed But Not Surprised in Trump’s Paris Decision

Date: 23.06.2017 Author: Alex Foucault, Clean Energy Trust
U.S. Clean Energy Sector Disappointed But Not Surprised in Trump’s Paris DecisionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

When President Trump announced that the US would be pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement, many in the clean energy industry were disappointed but few were surprised. Leaving the near-universal

Increasing Levies on Electricity Triggering More and More People into Energy Poverty

Date: 12.06.2017 Author: Kristian Ruby, EURELECTRIC
Increasing Levies on Electricity Triggering More and More People into Energy PovertyPhoto: Eurelectric

An increasing number of consumers are struggling to pay their energy bills and to heat or cool their homes. Faced with this reality, national governments should act. Consumers’ electricity bills

How Blockchain Could Upend Power Markets

Date: 05.06.2017 Author: Dick Munson, Environmental Defence Fund – EDF
How Blockchain Could Upend Power MarketsPhoto: EDF

Talk about a disruptive technology. The ʺworld's leading software platform for digital assetsʺ, blockchain may be little known, but it could revolutionise electricity markets.

The Mostar Energy Conference – Complexities, Legislation and Financing

Date: 29.05.2017 Author: Leonid Ristev
The Mostar Energy Conference – Complexities, Legislation and FinancingPhoto: Karanović & Nikolić

The Mostar Energy Conference, held on 23 May, was organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Mostar, in co-operation with Karanović & Nikolić. The event

Croatia Takes a Further Step Towards (Fully) Opening Gas Market on 1 April 2017

Date: 02.03.2017 Author: Petra Šantić and Bernd Rajal, Schönherr
Croatia Takes a Further Step Towards (Fully) Opening Gas Market on 1 April 2017Photo: Shutterstock

On 17 February 2017 the Croatian Parliament enacted the eagerly awaited amendments to the Gas Market Act that are primarily intended to remove the current gas import and export restrictions – which

Crude Oil Producers Agree to Cut Output

Date: 20.01.2017 Author: Aleš Peternel
Crude Oil Producers Agree to Cut OutputPhoto: arhiv Petrol

At the end of November 2016, crude oil producing countries agreed to lower their oil production. What are the forecasts?

Joanna Drake, EU Commission: Even Renewables Should Be Used in Their Most Efficient Way

Date: 16.01.2017 Author: Alenka Žumbar
Joanna Drake, EU Commission: Even Renewables Should Be Used in Their Most Efficient WayPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

The EU has been leading the energy transition and has committed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40% by 2030. To contribute to delivering on this objective and to the Paris Agreement, the

EC Wants to Establish a European DSO Entity

Date: 28.11.2016 Author: dr. Ivan Šmon
EC Wants to Establish a European DSO EntityPhoto: osebni arhiv

At the end of November, the European Commission will propose the establishment of a European Distribution System Operator (DSO Entity or DSO-E) as part of its ‘Smart and Clean Energy’ Winter

SEE Governments and “Fact-Free” Energy Statements

Date: 20.10.2016 Author: Garret Tankosić-Kelly
SEE Governments and “Fact-Free” Energy StatementsPhoto: SEE Change NET

Recent statements made about energy in the article Thermal Plant Use to Fall in Parts of Europe, But Not Slovenia or SEE published on Energetika.NET on 10 October 2016, have led me to wonder whether

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