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New regulations reduce Serbian renewables grid requests

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Dušan Teleskovic
New regulations reduce Serbian renewables grid requestsPhoto: Montel

Data presented by the TSO Ems on Wednesday reveals that the number of grid connection requests in Serbia has dropped by 72% since September 2023 – from 21.8 GW to 6 GW – due to stricter

Connection requests slow Serbia grid investment — expert

Date: 06.06.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Connection requests slow Serbia grid investment — expertPhoto: Carmen Mateescu

Serbian DSO Eds faces requests to connect 6 GW of renewables to the distribution grid, but this is not feasible and is hindering new capacity investments, a local energy expert told Montel on

Serbian prosumers eye 415.6 MW solar capacity — DSO

Date: 06.06.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbian prosumers eye  415.6 MW solar capacity — DSOPhoto: www.hidria.com

Serbian DSO Eds has received 415.6 MW of solar power connection requests from prosumers, it told Montel late on Wednesday.

UK’s Hive secures connection for 216.5 MW of Serbian solar

Date: 04.06.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
UK’s Hive secures connection for 216.5 MW of Serbian solarPhoto: pixabay.com

UK-based renewables developer Hive Energy has secured grid connection for its four solar projects in Serbia, with capacity totalling 216.5 MW, and aims to start construction by Q1 2025, the company

Serbia’s Eps posts Q1 profit, but wary of future losses

Date: 31.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia’s Eps posts Q1 profit, but wary of future lossesPhoto: iStockPhoto

Serbian power utility Eps recorded a profit of EUR 241m in Q1 2024, but should brace for lower revenues on the back of recent rate and capacity cuts, energy minister Dubravka Djedovic-Handanovic

SEE POWER – Hupx recouples but curtailments cap Serbia

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Montel
SEE POWER – Hupx recouples but curtailments cap SerbiaPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Hungarian power spot price recoupled with its neighbouring peers on Wednesday, but further wide spreads could still threaten the region as cross- border curtailments linger.

Slovenian Alfi’s new fund to invest in 0.8 GW of renewables

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Valerija Hozjan, Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian Alfi’s new fund to invest in 0.8 GW of renewablesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenian company Alfi Renewables plans to launch a new green investment fund in 2025 with the aim of further developing 0.6-0.8 GW of renewables in southeast Europe (SEE), its director Janez Groselj

Serbia and Ukraine pass 90% gas storage threshold – report

Date: 29.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia and Ukraine pass 90% gas storage threshold – reportPhoto: www.srbijagas.com

Serbia and Ukraine have surpassed the set 90% gas storage threshold before the November 2024 deadline, the Energy Community Secretariat said late on Tuesday in its annual report on storage regulation.

Israeli developer eyes 270 MW of solar capacity in Serbia

Date: 27.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Israeli developer eyes 270 MW of solar capacity in SerbiaPhoto: Vlada HR

Israeli renewables developer Nofar Energy has begun construction of two solar power plants with 26 MW in combined capacity in the Serbian northern municipality of Ada, the first of a 270 MW project

Serbia’s November auctions may see quota adjustments

Date: 27.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia’s November auctions may see quota adjustmentsPhoto: Bulgarian Wind Energy Association

Serbia will hold auctions for new wind and solar capacity premiums in November 2024, but the earlier plan to offer premiums for 400 MW of new renewables might be adjusted, said energy minister

German firm launches 9.95 MW of solar in Serbia

Date: 24.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
German firm launches 9.95 MW of solar in SerbiaPhoto: pixabay.com

The German renewables developer AVR Solar Park commissioned a 9.95 MW solar plant in Saraorci, Serbia on Friday which is part of its plan to build 300 MW of solar capacity in the coming years.

Serbia’s new 105.6 MW Krivaca wind park enters operation

Date: 15.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia’s new 105.6 MW Krivaca wind park enters operationPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

The new 105.6 MW Krivaca wind park in Serbia, developed by the country’s MK Group and Slovenia’s Alfi Renewables, has officially started operating, it was announced on Wednesday.



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