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Slovenia’s New Draft NECP: The Decision on Second Nuclear Unit Due by 2027

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia’s New Draft NECP: The Decision on Second Nuclear Unit Due by 2027Photo: Roman Peklaj

By 2030, Slovenia will “diversify its electricity mix, raise the share of renewables in energy consumption and, to some degree, increase the use of natural gas in high-efficiency combined heat and

Slovenia's Krško NPP Power Output 0.9% Above Plan in December 2019

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia's Krško NPP Power Output 0.9% Above Plan in December 2019Photo: Simona Drevenšek

Slovenia's 696 MW Krško nuclear power plant (NPP) generated 540,559.6 MWh of gross electricity in December 2019 and submitted 514,395.8 MWh of electricity to the power grid.

New SEE Report: Average Spot Power Prices in Slovenia and Croatia Grow to 66.85 EUR/MWh

Date: 15.01.2020 Author: Energetika.NET
New SEE Report: Average Spot Power Prices in Slovenia and Croatia Grow to 66.85 EUR/MWhPhoto: ACER

Find out more about the latest movements of spot power market prices in South East Europe (SEE) in Balkan Energy Trading report, prepared for Energetika.NET by Balkan Energy News.

No Notable Increase in Cross-Border Power Transmission Capacity Expected in 2020

Date: 15.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
No Notable Increase in Cross-Border Power Transmission Capacity Expected in 2020Photo: Roman Peklaj

The effect of the minimum 70% level of capacity which is to be made available for cross-border trading in the EU will reveal itself gradually, starting with 2021, but mainly after 2025 when the

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

RWE in Croatia Has Become E.ON

Date: 14.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
RWE in Croatia Has Become E.ONPhoto: RWE

The Croatian companies within the German energy group RWE have been operating under the new name E.ON since the end of last year, said E.ON Hrvatska on its website. This change is the result of a

Slovenian GEN Energija Ends 2019 as Group with Second Largest Revenue in Country

Date: 14.01.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Slovenian GEN Energija Ends 2019 as Group with Second Largest Revenue in CountryPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

“In 2019, we again succeeded in meeting our customers’ energy needs, which we did at a competitive price and in an environmentally sound way. We generated a turnover of more than EUR 2.2 billion

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,

Compile: Three Household Batteries Connected to Grid in Slovenian Luče

Date: 13.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Compile: Three Household Batteries Connected to Grid in Slovenian LučePhoto: Pixabay

The Compile project has actively started the year 2020 and with the help of its project partner, the Slovenian energy company Petrol, the pilot site in Luče, Slovenia has been enriched by three

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

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

Total Traded Volume on Slovenian BSP Amounted to 795 GWh in December 2019

Date: 09.01.2020 Author: Tomo Bajželj, BSP
Total Traded Volume on Slovenian BSP Amounted to 795 GWh in December 2019Photo: Roman Peklaj

A total of 656,920 MWh of electricity was traded on BSP’s day-ahead market in December 2019, with an average base price of 39.51 EUR/MWh. On the intraday market, 21,379 transactions were made,


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