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Hungarian Ambassador to Slovenia: Black Sea Gas Could Play a Big Role in SEEPhoto: ljubljana.mfa.gov.hu

Hungarian Ambassador to Slovenia: Black Sea Gas Could Play a Big Role in SEE

June 18, 2018 | Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Electricity | Natural gas | Energy policy

Hungary’s priority is to increase its access to natural gas from Southern Europe, and securing reverse flows with Slovenia is a very important part of this, the Hungarian Ambassador to Slovenia, Edit Szilágyiné Bátorfi, said in an interview with Energetika.NET. The ambassador thinks that Black Sea natural gas can be a real alternative gas source in the SEE region, contributing to...


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Mukhamedov, Schneider Electric: Right Technology Key in New Energy LandscapePhoto: Barbara Reya

Mukhamedov, Schneider Electric: Right Technology Key in New Energy Landscape

June 11, 2018 | Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Electricity | RES and EE | Energy policy | New technologies

Today’s energy landscape is very different from that of the past, due to an increasing number of intermittent renewable sources, electric vehicles, battery storage etc. All these factors put pressure on the power system as well as on utilities who have to find a way to manage it. The right software and technology are key, especially in power distribution, said Leonid Mukhamedov, Executive Vice...


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Benjamin Schott, Sonnen: We Want to Disrupt Energy Markets EverywherePhoto: Sonnen

Benjamin Schott, Sonnen: We Want to Disrupt Energy Markets Everywhere

June 4, 2018 | Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Electricity | RES and EE | New technologies

The future energy system will consist of many millions of different energy assets that produce clean energy, and not of big power plants, thus ensuring more flexibility in the power system. And storage is a missing link in order to manage all these assets more efficiently, Benjamin Schott, director of business innovation at the German solar battery maker Sonnen, told Energetika.NET in April on the...


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R. Liberoff, innogy Innovation Hub: Energy Offers Plenty of Room for Lots of PlayersPhoto: innogy Innovation Hub

R. Liberoff, innogy Innovation Hub: Energy Offers Plenty of Room for Lots of Players

May 28, 2018 | Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Electricity | RES and EE | Energy policy | New technologies | Startup

innogy had “a very bold vision” that tomorrow’s energy system was going to be democratic and decentralised, but also that, in order for this to happen, many different players would have to become involved. As part of this vision, the Innogy Innovation Hub was created, which backs startups and growth stage businesses that will be leaders in the future of energy. Energetika.NET talked in April...


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Bojan Luskovec: Grid That Was Well-Dimensioned Just Yesterday no Longer SufficesPhoto: Elektro Gorenjska

Bojan Luskovec: Grid That Was Well-Dimensioned Just Yesterday no Longer Suffices

May 21, 2018 | Ana Vučina Vršnak
Electricity | RES and EE | Energy policy

Talking to Energetika.NET, the Chairman of the Board of the Slovenian power distributor Elektro Gorenjska, Bojan Luskovec, noted the absurdity of the Slovenian legislation when it comes to siting cable networks, saying it is not at all energy-oriented, but caters solely to the consumer, who he believes is spoiled. Since many citizens know very little about metering and since they rarely choose to...


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Andrej Ribič, Elektro Ljubljana: Smart Meters Are Not Yet Smart EnoughPhoto: Maj Pavček

Andrej Ribič, Elektro Ljubljana: Smart Meters Are Not Yet Smart Enough

May 14, 2018 | Alenka Žumbar
Electricity | Energy policy | New technologies

2016 was the most successful year for the Slovenian power distribution company Elektro Ljubljana, mostly thanks to the acquisition of its subsidiary Elektro energija by energy company GEN-I, but with a EUR 14 million profit and continued growth in both revenue and profit the year 2017 was almost as good. What makes Andrej Ribič, who has held the position of the President of the Management Board...


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Christoph Frei, WEC: Gaining Customer Trust Crucial in Uberisation of EnergyPhoto: WEC

Christoph Frei, WEC: Gaining Customer Trust Crucial in Uberisation of Energy

May 7, 2018 | Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič
Electricity | Energy policy | New technologies

What happened in the world of taxis with Uber and the accommodation/hotel industry with Airbnb is now also happening in the energy world. Christoph Frei, secretary general and CEO of the World Energy Council (WEC), calls it ‘uberisation’ in energy - being a key player in energy without owning energy assets. This is possible with digitalisation, and, as part of this, with blockchain technology,...


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Miguel Angel Hernandez, AFC: Society Is Already Within the Smart EraPhoto: AFC

Miguel Angel Hernandez, AFC: Society Is Already Within the Smart Era

May 3, 2018 | Alenka Žumbar
Electricity | RES and EE | New technologies

AFC specialises in all parts of the energy sector - from generation to distribution, and from technical to economical services. From the company’s Madrid’s office (AF Mercados EMI), its services include: Energy Regulations and Policy, Smart Energy Solutions, and Renewables and Solar Energy. Currently, among others, AFC is preparing the stabilisation of the grid in Cape Verde’s main islands...


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Aleksander Mervar, ELES: Blockchain Should Increase SecurityPhoto: arhiv Elesa

Aleksander Mervar, ELES: Blockchain Should Increase Security

April 23, 2018 | Alenka Žumbar, Tanja S. Volarič
Electricity | New technologies

Slovenia's electricity TSO ELES allocated nearly EUR 50 million for investment in 2017, an increase of 44% over 2016. More than half of this was used for new construction and reconstruction of distribution substations. In 2017, the company also started a multi-annual programme of investment in smart grids, which is expected to run until 2021. The envisaged value of investment over the coming...


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Bojan Horvat, Energija plus: There Are Always Some Challenges in the MarketPhoto: Energija plus

Bojan Horvat, Energija plus: There Are Always Some Challenges in the Market

April 16, 2018 | Alenka Žumbar
Electricity | RES and EE | New technologies | Economy

In 2017, Energija plus, the subsidiary of the Slovenian energy company Elektro Maribor, posted a revenue of about EUR 76 million, which was somewhat better than expected, whereas the profit was less than EUR 100,000. In 2018, the company therefore intends to focus mainly on the development of new solutions and on expanding its offer portfolio, its CEO, Bojan Horvat, told Energetika.NET. When...


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