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EUAs to exceed EUR 70/t by 2030 – survey

Date: 10.05.2021 Author: Alessandro Vitelli, Montel
EUAs to exceed EUR 70/t by 2030 – surveyPhoto: Pixabay

More than half of EU ETS participants expect prices to exceed EUR 70/t by 2030, according to a survey by Refinitiv.

Go-live of interim coupling project delayed to 17 June

Date: 10.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Go-live of interim coupling project delayed to 17 JunePhoto: Roman Peklaj

The go-live of the interim coupling project, which will result in only one EU single day-ahead price coupling (SDAC) mechanism, has been further delayed for one week, said the project participants on

Power costs may hamper scaling of green hydrogen – Rystad

Date: 07.05.2021 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
Power costs may hamper scaling of green hydrogen – RystadPhoto: EBRD

High power prices could hamper production of green hydrogen at scale, but costs are likely to plummet as renewables use rises, said Oslo-based consultancy Rystad Energy on Thursday.

EU policy could make gas plants uneconomical after 2030

Date: 06.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EU policy could make gas plants uneconomical after 2030Photo: Roman Peklaj

South east European countries should focus on renewables and not gas when phasing out coal, as the EU wants a very quick green transition, said Montel’s editor on Thursday.

Gorazd Lampič, Elaphe: Elaphe Is Developing New EV Architecture

Date: 05.05.2021 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Gorazd Lampič, Elaphe: Elaphe Is Developing New EV ArchitecturePhoto: Energetika.NET

Electromobility is an inevitably, rapidly growing global trend. By slightly suppressing it, the Covid-19 pandemic has only made the surge of development a little more manageable, said the CEO of

Bulgarian household power prices lowest in the EU in H2 2020 – Eurostat

Date: 04.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgarian household power prices lowest in the EU in H2 2020 – EurostatPhoto: MzI

The EU average household power price in the second half of 2020 decreased slightly compared to the second half of 2019, with Bulgaria having the lowest electricity prices in the EU, said Eurostat.

Traders discuss future of cross-border trading in Turkish region

Date: 04.05.2021 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Traders discuss future of cross-border trading in Turkish regionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

No cross-border capacities were auctioned on the Turkish borders with Bulgaria and Greece between December and March, whereas in April the capacities were halved. Traders discussed the implications of

More carbon gains possible despite compliance end

Date: 30.04.2021 Author: Alessandro Vitelli, Montel
More carbon gains possible despite compliance endPhoto: Pixabay

EU carbon prices may consolidate in the coming week as the market calms after the end of compliance season, but many traders were cautiously eyeing another move higher.

European EV power demand could hit 60 TWh by 2025 – IEA

Date: 30.04.2021 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
European EV power demand could hit 60 TWh by 2025 – IEAPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Power demand from electric vehicles could reach 60 TWh in Europe by 2025, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.

Number of EVs set to increase to 145m worldwide - IEA

Date: 29.04.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Number of EVs set to increase to 145m worldwide - IEAPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The number of electric cars, vans, heavy lorries and buses on the road worldwide is set to increase from the current 11m to 145m by 2030, said the IEA on Thursday.

Gazprom posts doubling of 2020 LNG sales

Date: 29.04.2021 Author: Marcin Czekanski, Montel
Gazprom posts doubling of 2020 LNG salesPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

Russian gas giant Gazprom saw a year-on-year doubling of LNG sales in 2020 to 7.4m tonnes, as it expanded its liquified gas arm, though exports of natural gas were down 6%, it said on Thursday.

Gregor Novak, SunContract: Slovenian energy industry could be bolder

Date: 28.04.2021 Author: Alenka L. Klopčič, Tanja Srnovršnik
Gregor Novak, SunContract: Slovenian energy industry could be bolderPhoto: Energetika.NET

For SunContract, the year of Covid-19 has mainly been a year of opportunities: the Slovenian blockchain-based energy trading platform hired fifteen new employees, stepped up its projects, and worked



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