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Energy Community aims for go-live of Balkan GO system in June

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Energy Community aims for go-live of Balkan GO system in JunePhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Energy Community plans to launch an electronic system for guarantees of origin (GOs) in the Western Balkans in June 2022, its spokesperson told Montel Energetika.NET.

CBAM will cut Balkan power exports in half by 2040 – study

Date: 21.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
CBAM will cut Balkan power exports in half by 2040 – studyPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) will cut power exports from Western Balkan countries to the EU in half by 2040 if countries keep their lignite fleet and add new lignite units.

Energy Network to construct 50 MW solar plant in eastern Serbia

Date: 19.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Energy Network to construct 50 MW solar plant in eastern SerbiaPhoto: pixabay.com

The Serbian company Energy Network is planning to construct a 50 MW solar plant near the town of Mali Izvor, in the eastern Serbian municipality of Zajecar.

Serbian renewables legislation endangers power system stability – EPS

Date: 12.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian renewables legislation endangers power system stability – EPSPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

Serbian power utility EPS and the power TSO EMS claim that Serbia’s renewables law and associated enabling regulations that are currently being adopted could endanger the stability of the

Strong wind set to pressure SEE spot prices – EQ

Date: 11.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Strong wind set to pressure SEE spot prices – EQPhoto: Roman Peklaj

South-east European spot power prices should face some bearish pressure this and next week due to strong wind power generation and subdued demand, Montel’s Energy Quantified (EQ) data shows.

Serbian Untermolo to build 50 MW solar plant in Subotica

Date: 05.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian Untermolo to build 50 MW solar plant in SuboticaPhoto: pixabay.com

Serbian company Untermolo plans to build a solar power plant with up to 50 MW of capacity in the northern municipality of Subotica, according to a regulatory plan that is now subject to public

SEE spot prices set to rise on increased demand, colder weather – EQ

Date: 04.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
SEE spot prices set to rise on increased demand, colder weather – EQPhoto: ACER

After the latest significant easing of south-east European spot power prices, they are expected to move toward EUR 200/MWh next week due to increasing consumption and colder weather, Montel’s Energy

Serbia caps industrial power prices until 30 June 2022

Date: 30.12.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbia caps industrial power prices until 30 June 2022Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Serbia's government has proposed to the state-owned power utility EPS that it should cap power prices for businesses at EUR 75/MWh to protect industrial consumers from soaring energy prices, its

Serbia increases power imports due to 1.3 GW coal plant outage

Date: 28.12.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia increases power imports due to 1.3 GW coal plant outagePhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Serbia has again had to increase power imports as both units at its 1.3 GW Nikola Tesla B coal-fired power plant are currently offline due to accidents.

SEE to start 2022 with power prices at around EUR 218/MWh – EQ

Date: 28.12.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
SEE to start 2022 with power prices at around EUR 218/MWh – EQPhoto: ACER

South-east European spot power prices should open 2022 significantly below the record highs seen before the Christmas weekend, reaching about EUR 218/MWh in the first week, Montel’s Energy

Serbian EPS to launch 650 MW hydro plant in 2025 – director

Date: 27.12.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian EPS to launch 650 MW hydro plant in 2025 – directorPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbian power utility EPS expects to connect the Bistrica reversible hydro power plant with a planned capacity of around 650 MW to the power grid in 2025, said its acting director Milorad Grcic.

Serbian power system stabilises; fewer imports needed

Date: 23.12.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian power system stabilises; fewer imports neededPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The Serbian power system is now stable and almost all of its coal-fired power plants are working at full capacity, which means fewer imports are needed, the Serbian energy ministry said on Wednesday.



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