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EIF, SID and Hbor launch EU’s first regional technology transfer platform

Date: 27.07.2021 Author: Valerija Hozjan

EIF, SID and Hbor launch EU’s first regional technology transfer platformPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Three financial institutions, including the Croatian bank for reconstruction and development (Hbor), signed an agreement on Monday to launch the Central Eastern European Technology Transfer (Ceett)

More than 200 GW of new solar capacity to be added in 2022 – forecast

Date: 23.07.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
More than 200 GW of new solar capacity to be added in 2022 – forecastPhoto: pixabay.com

According to SolarPower Europe’s latest Global Market Outlook report, over 200 GW of new solar capacity will be built globally in 2022, a target reached two years earlier than the association had

Repurposing gas grids to hydrogen requires clear market commitments – Acer

Date: 21.07.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Repurposing gas grids to hydrogen requires clear market commitments – AcerPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

While repurposing existing gas infrastructure to pure hydrogen is cheaper than building from scratch, that decision should be triggered by market interest and commitments, given uncertainties over

Fossil fuel support level untenable for climate goals – BNEF

Date: 21.07.2021 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
Fossil fuel support level untenable for climate goals – BNEFPhoto: Roman Peklaj

G20 member countries’ support for fossil fuels is still at levels untenable to achieve Paris Agreement goals, a new report by Bloomberg NEF and Bloomberg Philanthropies showed on Tuesday.

Emissions set to hit record high in 2023 – IEA

Date: 20.07.2021 Author: Robin Newbold, Montel
Emissions set to hit record high in 2023 – IEAPhoto: Pixabay

Global greenhouse gas emissions are set to hit a record high in 2023 “with no clear peak in sight”, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday. 

EUAs could reach EUR 90/t by 2030 – Icis

Date: 19.07.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EUAs could reach EUR 90/t by 2030 – IcisPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

EU ETS prices are expected to reach around EUR 90/t by 2030 if there are no changes to the reforms proposed by the European Commission last week, said an analyst at commodities consultancy Icis.

U.S., Albanian and Italian gas companies to develop gas pipeline project

Date: 16.07.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
U.S., Albanian and Italian gas companies to develop gas pipeline projectPhoto: Plinovodi

Excelerate Energy, a U.S.-based LNG company, the Albanian gas TSO, Albgaz, and its Italian counterpart, Snam, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Thursday for the construction of a gas

Nordic best practice could help prevent grid splits – Acer

Date: 16.07.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Nordic best practice could help prevent grid splits – AcerPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Studying the best practice of Nordic and UK TSOs on short-term dynamic stability could help prevent future European power grid splits, said EU energy regulatory agency Acer and TSO body Entso-E on

Geothermal could replace gas as a transition fuel in SEE – EGEC

Date: 15.07.2021 Author: Peter Palčec, Tanja Srnovršnik
Geothermal could replace gas as a transition fuel in SEE – EGECPhoto: oie.hr

Geothermal energy is cheaper than natural gas in the long run and southeast Europe (SEE) should use it as its primary energy transition solution, Philippe Dumas from the European Geothermal Energy

Power sector emissions could hit record level in 2022 – IEA

Date: 15.07.2021 Author: Jeff Coelho, Montel
Power sector emissions could hit record level in 2022 – IEAPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

Carbon dioxide emissions from the electricity sector could reach record levels next year, because clean power sources are not expanding fast enough to meet a strong rebound in global demand, the

New gas sources to push down SEE gas prices – Acer

Date: 14.07.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
New gas sources to push down SEE gas prices – AcerPhoto: MZOE

New gas infrastructure bringing Azerbaijani gas as well as LNG to southeast Europe (SEE) is expected to put downward pressure on regional gas prices, said the EU energy regulatory agency Acer on

Slovenia vows to keep nuclear despite Austria’s opposition

Date: 13.07.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia vows to keep nuclear despite Austria’s oppositionPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

Although Austria wants to prevent the Krsko nuclear plant from running for 22 more years, the Slovenian government says it cannot prevent Slovenia’s “sovereign” decision to use nuclear energy.



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