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N. Macedonia gas-fired plant back online after storm damage

Date: 19.07.2024 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia gas-fired plant back online after storm damagePhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

A 220 MW gas-fired power plant in North Macedonia came back online on Friday, a day after it was forced to shut down due to a severe storm that hit the capital, Skopje.

Wildfires disrupt 466 MW coal-fired units in N. Macedonia

Date: 15.07.2024 Author: Montel
Wildfires disrupt 466 MW coal-fired units in N. MacedoniaPhoto: Montel

The Bitola coal-fired power plant in North Macedonia was operating with just one of its three 233 MW units on Monday, after wildfires stopped production from all three over the weekend.

Alcazar to build 400 MW of wind capacity in North Macedonia

Date: 25.06.2024 Author: Montel
Alcazar to build 400 MW of wind capacity in North MacedoniaPhoto: Montel

Renewables company Alcazar Energy Partners will build a EUR 500m, 400 MW wind farm near the town of Stip in North Macedonia, company officials and the country’s government announced on Tuesday.

N. Macedonia to build gas plants (400 MW) for balancing needs

Date: 13.06.2024 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia to build gas plants (400 MW) for balancing needsPhoto: TAP AG

While North Macedonia supports the green transition, it needs to ensure sufficient baseload capacity to balance its power system and so will build two 200 MW gas-fired plants, its expected incoming

US firm Last Energy eyes SMR deployment in W. Balkans

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Montel
US firm Last Energy eyes SMR deployment in W. BalkansPhoto: Montel

US-based nuclear developer Last Energy, which specialises in building small modular reactors (SMRs), is seeking to expand into the Balkans after already agreeing to install 65 SMRs, each with 20 MW of

Incoming N. Macedonian PM promises wind power investment

Date: 11.06.2024 Author: Montel
Incoming N. Macedonian PM promises wind power investmentPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s incoming prime minister Hristijan Mickoski said on Tuesday that his government’s first decision will be to build the country’s biggest wind farm, despite the prominence of

North Macedonia’s plans for coal push sparks concern

Date: 07.06.2024 Author: Montel
North Macedonia’s plans for coal push sparks concernPhoto: Montel

As North Macedonia’s incoming government prepares to take the reins, concerns are mounting over its plans to extend the life of coal-fired power plants and prioritise fossil fuel investments over

N.Macedonia DSO connects 0.5 GW of solar, 0.8 GW in pipeline

Date: 06.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
N.Macedonia DSO connects 0.5 GW of solar, 0.8 GW in pipelinePhoto: Montel

EVN, the distribution system operator (DSO) of North Macedonia, has connected nearly 500 MW of solar capacity to the low- and mid-voltage grid, with a further 800 MW in the pipeline, it said on

Energy Community approves N. Macedonia’s Nomagas as TSO

Date: 28.05.2024 Author: Montel
Energy Community approves N. Macedonia’s Nomagas as TSOPhoto: TAP AG

The Energy Community Secretariat said on Tuesday that it supports the decision by North Macedonia’s energy regulator Erc to certify Nomagas as the country’s gas TSO.

N. Macedonia cuts power import dependency to 2.75%

Date: 06.05.2024 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia cuts power import dependency to 2.75%Photo: Montel

North Macedonia has cut electricity imports to 2.75% in 2023 amid increasing renewables and lower demand, the president of the country’s energy regulator (Erc) stated on Saturday.

North Macedonia plans intraday market launch in late 2026

Date: 29.04.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
North Macedonia plans intraday market launch in late 2026Photo: Roman Peklaj

North Macedonia's spot power exchange Memo expects to launch an intraday market in late 2026, CEO Simon Shutinoski told Montel.

North Macedonia eyes market coupling with EU in late 2026

Date: 29.04.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
North Macedonia eyes market coupling with EU in late 2026Photo: Roman Peklaj

North Macedonia expects to couple its day-ahead electricity market with one of its EU neighbours in late 2026, Simon Shutinoski, the CEO of the national electricity market operator (Memo), told



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