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Slovenian NECP Does Not Foresee Green Hydrogen Production by 2030, but Its Import

Date: 24.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian NECP Does Not Foresee Green Hydrogen Production by 2030, but Its ImportPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia’s National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) foresees an indicative target of introducing 10% of renewable methane or hydrogen into the gas pipeline system by 2030. However, due to a lack of

European Commission: Hydrogen Produced from Nuclear is a Low-Carbon Source

Date: 23.11.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
European Commission: Hydrogen Produced from Nuclear is a Low-Carbon SourcePhoto: Roman Peklaj

“The European Commission will consider hydrogen produced from nuclear power as ‘low-carbon’,” said Paula Abreu Marques, head of unit for renewables and CCS policy at the European Commission's

Energetika.NET Video Debate: Tighter 2030 Climate Targets and Carbon Market Developments

Date: 23.11.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Energetika.NET Video Debate: Tighter 2030 Climate Targets and Carbon Market DevelopmentsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Petrol Group: 2020 Business Plan Cannot Be Achieved; Net Profit Down 49%

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Petrol Group: 2020 Business Plan Cannot Be Achieved; Net Profit Down 49%Photo: Petrol

Since a natural disaster (the pandemic) of such magnitude and the resulting economic crisis could not have been predicted, the Petrol Group will not meet its planned operating targets for the current

RES, Efficiency and Electrification Could Erase 1,500 Bcm of Global Gas Demand by 2040

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
RES, Efficiency and Electrification Could Erase 1,500 Bcm of Global Gas Demand by 2040Photo: Roman Peklaj

Renewables and energy efficiency, alongside an expanded role for electricity in total final consumption of end uses, could offset more than 1,500 billion cubic metres (bcm) of global gas demand by

IEA: Delayed Recovery Might Push Oil Demand Rebound to 2027

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
IEA: Delayed Recovery Might Push Oil Demand Rebound to 2027Photo: Victor Habbick via FreeDigitalPhotos

In the event of a more delayed recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, it could take until around 2027 for oil demand to come back to pre-crisis levels, said Peter Zeniewski from the International

European Carbon Market Faces a Bumpy Road Ahead

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
European Carbon Market Faces a Bumpy Road AheadPhoto: www.dnv.com

Volatility drivers in the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS), the carbon border adjustment mechanism, a clamp down on free allowances and, finally, the UK carbon policy future. All this will form

Electricity and the Quality of Life – Part 2

Date: 19.11.2020 Author: Danijel Levičar
Electricity and the Quality of Life – Part 2Photo: GEN

The electricity shortages in Germany and California have revealed the flawed energy strategy and policy in these two countries. Both have been transitioning to renewables for several years and both

Application of REMIT to Hydrogen Could Become Necessary After 2025

Date: 19.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Application of REMIT to Hydrogen Could Become Necessary After 2025Photo: Roman Peklaj

The full-scale application of REMIT to hydrogen will likely become necessary by the second half of the current decade, i.e. during the second phase of the European Commission’s hydrogen strategy. It

SEE CAO: 11.8 EUR/MWh Auction Price Achieved at TR-GR Border

Date: 19.11.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
SEE CAO: 11.8 EUR/MWh Auction Price Achieved at TR-GR BorderPhoto: Roman Peklaj

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

ACER: 251 REMIT Breach Cases Were Under Review at End of Q3 2020

Date: 19.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
ACER: 251 REMIT Breach Cases Were Under Review at End of Q3 2020Photo: ACER

The EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) launched 38 new investigations into potential breaches of the REMIT regulation in the third quarter of 2020, whilst a total of 251 cases

Baseload Gas is Already Uncompetitive With Renewables in the EU Today

Date: 19.11.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Baseload Gas is Already Uncompetitive With Renewables in the EU TodayPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“Gas is no longer the cheapest source of electricity and it is no longer the only hope for security of supply,” emphasised Lily Chau, Gas Power Analyst at Carbon Tracker, during an online event on



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