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OIES and SGI Renewable Gas Report: The Gas Industry Needs to Accelerate the Level of Project

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
OIES and SGI Renewable Gas Report: The Gas Industry Needs to Accelerate the Level of Project ActivityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

In recent months several reports have been published making bold projections on the level of renewable gas production that could be achieved in Europe by 2040 or 2050. The Oxford Institute for Energy

EBRD Invested EUR 516m in Serbia in 2019; 41% in Green Projects

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EBRD Invested EUR 516m in Serbia in 2019; 41% in Green ProjectsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) achieved a historic record in Serbia in 2019 with EUR 516 million of new financial commitments. Over 41% of the investments were for green

What Role Will Renewable Gases Play in Decarbonising the EU?

Date: 14.01.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
What Role Will Renewable Gases Play in Decarbonising the EU?Photo: Keter Organica

Renewable gases currently account for 7% of renewable gross inland energy consumption in the EU. In order to reach the EU’s climate neutrality objective, production of renewable gases will have to

Europe’s Gas Market to Remain Oversupplied Due to Lack of Demand

Date: 14.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Europe’s Gas Market to Remain Oversupplied Due to Lack of DemandPhoto: UMAS London

Europe’s gas market looks set to remain oversupplied this year with prices likely to be close to record lows, according to Montel’s new weekly podcast. As gas analyst Wayne Bryan noted in the

IRENA: RES Share in Global Power Should Double By 2030

Date: 14.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
IRENA: RES Share in Global Power Should Double By 2030Photo: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

The share of renewables in global power should more than double by 2030 to advance the global energy transformation and to achieve sustainable development goals and a pathway to climate safety,

Slovenian HSE: Wholesale Power Prices Expected to Stay Relatively Stable in 2020

Date: 13.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian HSE: Wholesale Power Prices Expected to Stay Relatively Stable in 2020Photo: ACER

In 2020, and perhaps also in 2021, the wholesale power prices will stay relatively close to the current levels, mostly on account of (increasingly frequent) mild winters, as well as low gas prices,

Bret Kugelmass, Energy Impact Center: If the EU Wants to Fight Climate Change, There Will Have

Date: 13.01.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Bret Kugelmass, Energy Impact Center: If the EU Wants to Fight Climate Change, There Will Have to Be a Future for NuclearPhoto: Energy Impact Center

“How can anything solve the climate problem if everything has a carbon footprint? Everything has a carbon footprint! We even need fossil fuels to make batteries, wind turbines etc.,” said Bret

Global Solar Power Capacities to Rise By 142 GW in 2020

Date: 10.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Global Solar Power Capacities to Rise By 142 GW in 2020Photo: pixabay.com

More than 140 GW of new photovoltaic (PV) plants are expected to be added to grids around the world in 2020, a rise of almost 15% compared to 2019, as the global solar build-out continues its

SEE CAO Announces Auction for February 2020

Date: 10.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
SEE CAO Announces Auction for February 2020Photo: Roman Peklaj

The South East European Coordinated Auction Office (SEE CAO) has announced the monthly auction for the allocation of physical transmission rights (PTR) for February 2020.

Traded Volumes on CEGH VTP in December 2019 Reached New All-Time High

Date: 10.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Traded Volumes on CEGH VTP in December 2019 Reached New All-Time HighPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The nominated gas volumes at the CEGH Virtual Trading Point (VTP) reached 753.7 TWh in 2019, which is 14.4% more compared to 2018 and is also the best ever result in the history of the CEGH VTP. In

Periods of Bad Hydrology May Cause Slovenian and Croatian Power Prices to Surge

Date: 09.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Periods of Bad Hydrology May Cause Slovenian and Croatian Power Prices to SurgePhoto: ACER

Slovenian and Croatian power prices are set to become the highest in Europe by the mid 2020s due to rising carbon, gas, and coal prices, wrote the global consulting company ICIS in its analysis

Launch of Turkish Stream Opens New Gas Supply Corridor

Date: 09.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Launch of Turkish Stream Opens New Gas Supply CorridorPhoto: Plinovodi

Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, launched the Turkish Stream offshore pipeline on Wednesday. The Turkish Stream pipeline, which is located in


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