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W. Balkans coal-free by 2034 with faster EU ETS entry – CepsPhoto: Montel

W. Balkans coal-free by 2034 with faster EU ETS entry – Ceps

February 26, 2024 | Dušan Telesković
Electricity | Coal | Energy policy | CO2 emissions

The Western Balkans could achieve a complete coal phase-out by 2034 if its power sector’s accession to the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) is fast-tracked, said the Brussels-based think tank Ceps on Friday....


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CO2 price slump promises more volatility ahead – analystsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

CO2 price slump promises more volatility ahead – analysts

February 23, 2024 | Nathan Witkop, Montel
CO2 emissions

The pace of Europe’s carbon market price slump has caught observers by surprise, analysts told Montel, although it has only hardened expectations of a supply shortage later this decade....


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German power prices could dive nearly a third by summer – BaywaPhoto: ACER

German power prices could dive nearly a third by summer – Baywa

February 22, 2024 | Julia Demirdag, Montel
Electricity | Renewables

Germany’s front-year power contract could slide almost a third in value by the summer to around EUR 50/MWh amid current bearish fundamentals, said the managing director for energy trading at domestic renewables firm Baywa Re....


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Serbia keeps lower renewables target in final NECPPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia keeps lower renewables target in final NECP

February 21, 2024 | Dušan Telesković
Electricity | Renewables | Coal | Energy policy

Serbia has retained a lower 2030 renewables target in its final version of the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) due to the limited time to build sufficient balancing reserves, its energy ministry said....


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Montenegro parliament to hold hearing on LNG plansPhoto: LNG Hrvatska

Montenegro parliament to hold hearing on LNG plans

February 19, 2024 | Maja Žuvela
Electricity | Renewables | Coal | Energy policy | CO2 emissions | Economy | Ecology | En.vision

A Montenegrin parliamentary committee plans to conduct a hearing of government ministers regarding the prospects and risks associated with a planned LNG import terminal and adjacent gas-fired power units....


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Russia steps up drone attacks on Ukraine energy – DtekPhoto: pixabay.com

Russia steps up drone attacks on Ukraine energy – Dtek

February 15, 2024 | Laurence Walker, Montel
Energy policy | New technologies

Russia has stepped up attacks on energy infrastructure in Ukraine this winter, while a shortage of air protection missiles is leaving facilities increasingly exposed, said the executive director of Dtek, Ukraine's largest private energy firm. ...


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Renewables growth swells trade in Europe power futuresPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Renewables growth swells trade in Europe power futures

February 13, 2024 | Alina Trabattoni, Montel
Electricity | Renewables

European power futures liquidity has risen as traders adopt more advanced hedging strategies to manage volatility caused by growth of intermittent renewable energy....


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Croatian ministry’s market premium plan inadequate – HGKPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Croatian ministry’s market premium plan inadequate – HGK

February 9, 2024 | Dalibor Dobrić
Electricity | Renewables | Energy policy

The Croatian economy ministry’s plan to finance new market premiums for renewables will not fully compensate for the lack of a support programme for green sources, the country’s chamber of commerce (HGK) told Montel....


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W. Balkan market coupling key for green transition – SeepexPhoto: Roman Peklaj

W. Balkan market coupling key for green transition – Seepex

February 9, 2024 | Maja Žuvela
Electricity | Energy policy

Western Balkan market coupling with the rest of Europe will help establish a single reference price for the region and facilitate the integration of renewables, the COO of Serbian power exchange Seepex said on Thursday....


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EPR size, complexity root of delays, spiralling costs – expertsPhoto: EDF

EPR size, complexity root of delays, spiralling costs – experts

February 8, 2024 | Elise Wu, Montel
Electricity | Energy policy | Economy | Nuclear Energy

The size and complexity of the European pressurised reactor (EPR) model was a key reason for the delays and cost overruns that have plagued the new-generation units being built in France, Finland and the UK, experts said....


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