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Bulgaria's renewable PPAs to be oversupplied by 2030 – AuroraPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Bulgaria's renewable PPAs to be oversupplied by 2030 – Aurora

January 26, 2022 | Tanja Srnovršnik
Electricity | Renewables

Bulgaria's merchant renewable supply available under power purchase agreements (PPAs) is likely to exceed corporate demand by 60% by 2030, giving off-takers much more room to negotiate better prices, said Aurora analysts on Tuesday....


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Half of Slovenia’s companies at risk due to high energy prices – surveyPhoto: Roman Peklaj

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

January 20, 2022 | Tanja Srnovršnik
Electricity | Energy policy | Economy

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....


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New grid connection requests in Croatia dominated by renewables – TSOPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

New grid connection requests in Croatia dominated by renewables – TSO

January 18, 2022 | Peter Palčec
Electricity | Renewables

Over 80% of all new grid connection requests in Croatia, which represent 9.76 GW of capacity, are for wind and solar energy, said the Croatian TSO Hops in its new ten-year development plan. ...


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Refinitiv hikes CO2 forecast 30% to EUR 85/t for Q1Photo: Pixabay

Refinitiv hikes CO2 forecast 30% to EUR 85/t for Q1

January 14, 2022 | Enza Tedesco, Montel
CO2 emissions

Refinitiv analysts have hiked their forecasts for European carbon prices to average EUR 85/t in Q1 and EUR 80/t in Q2 – compared with a prior prediction of EUR 60/t for H1, the firm said in its latest report....


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Kosovo needs a new coal plant to avoid bigger energy crises – expertsPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

Kosovo needs a new coal plant to avoid bigger energy crises – experts

January 13, 2022 | Montel
Electricity | Coal | Energy policy

Given its huge lignite reserves, Kosovo should build a new coal-fired power plant with state funds or face even bigger energy crises in future, two independent energy experts told Montel this week....


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European gas prices unlikely to revisit highs – analystsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

European gas prices unlikely to revisit highs – analysts

January 12, 2022 | Laurence Walker, Julia Demirdag, Belén Belmonte and Sophie Tetrel, Montel

European gas prices will likely remain supported in Q1 amid Russian supply concerns but strong LNG arrivals and mild weather forecasts are expected to prevent a return to record highs, market participants told Montel this week....


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GEN to add 10 TWh to Slovenian power output by 2035Photo: GEN energija

GEN to add 10 TWh to Slovenian power output by 2035

January 7, 2022 | Peter Palčec
Electricity | Renewables | Nuclear Energy

The Slovenian GEN Group is planning a capacity investment cycle that will add 10 TWh of electricity annually to the Slovenian power system by 2035, according to its general manager Martin Novsak....


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Gas-fired power needs limited hours or heat for green labelPhoto: OMV

Gas-fired power needs limited hours or heat for green label

January 4, 2022 | Siobhan Hall, Montel
Energy policy | CO2 emissions

Natural gas-fired power plants running for limited hours, or also supplying heat, could qualify as transitional sustainable investments under confidential draft EU rules seen by Montel this week....


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Fewer negative hours in Germany likely as demand recoversPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Fewer negative hours in Germany likely as demand recovers

January 3, 2022 | Tasmin Chowdhary, Montel
Electricity | Renewables | Coal

Germany is likely to see fewer negative power price hours in the coming years given a demand recovery from coronavirus lockdowns and coal’s temporary rebound, according to experts....


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Montenegrin EPCG mulls construction of two gas plantsPhoto: arhiv Energetike.NET

Montenegrin EPCG mulls construction of two gas plants

December 29, 2021 | Tanja Srnovršnik
Electricity

Montenegrin power utility EPCG plans to carry out a feasibility study for the construction of gas-fired power plants in the cities of Bar and Podgorica in cooperation with Singapore-based LNG Alliance, it said on Wednesday....


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