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BiH ships first quantities of coal to Slovenia

Date: 30.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH ships first quantities of coal to SloveniaPhoto: Montel

The ZRS railway company of Bosnia and Herzegovina's (BiH) Republika Srpska entity said it has dispatched the first 950 tonnes of coal for Slovenia’s Sostanj coal-fired power plant on Friday.

Slovenia readies 553 MW of gas units to cover peak power demand

Date: 30.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia readies 553 MW of gas units to cover peak power demandPhoto: TEŠ

All large gas units are on standby in Slovenia in case they are needed to cover peak power demand during the Krsko nuclear plant's overhaul in October, said the TSO on Friday.

Slovenia plans to nationalise largest gas importer Geoplin

Date: 28.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Valerija Hozjan
Slovenia plans to nationalise largest gas importer GeoplinPhoto: Plinovodi

The Slovenian government plans to nationalise the country’s largest gas importer Geoplin in order to prevent it from getting into financial jeopardy and ensure a stable energy supply, the

Slovenia may nationalise an energy company in next month – PM

Date: 27.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia may nationalise an energy company in next month – PMPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia could soon nationalise an energy company to tackle the energy crisis and guarantee a stable energy supply, the country's prime minister Robert Golob said on Tuesday.

Slovenia's power output fell 24% in August – Surs

Date: 26.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia's power output fell 24% in August – SursPhoto: Lidija Petrišič Colarič

Slovenia’s total net power output in August fell 24% year on year to 1,013 GWh, mainly due to halved hydropower production, the Slovenian statistical office Surs said on Monday.

Slovenia sees potential for fast build-out of 1.8 GW of solar

Date: 20.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia sees potential for fast build-out of 1.8 GW of solarPhoto: Montel

Slovenian power grid operators Eles and Sodo have identified multiple locations where a rapid build-out of over 1.8 GW of large-scale solar plants would be possible, Slovenia's infrastructure ministry

Slovenia could use two idle gas units to cover peak power demand

Date: 19.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Valerija Hozjan
Slovenia could use two idle gas units to cover peak power demandPhoto: www.tet.si

Two gas units at the former Trbovlje thermal plant that were part of Slovenia’s power reserves until three years ago could be put back into service when the Krsko nuclear plant goes offline in

Serbian, Slovenian power bourses to complete merger this year

Date: 16.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian, Slovenian power bourses to complete merger this yearPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Serbian spot power bourse Seepex hopes to complete a merger with its Slovenian counterpart BSP Southpool this year and set up an intraday market soon, its managing director Milos Mladenovic said

SEE POWER – HU-DE spread high on outages, France

Date: 14.09.2022 Author: Marcin Czekanski, Montel
SEE POWER – HU-DE spread high on outages, FrancePhoto: ACER

The spread between Hungarian and German October power contracts is keeping trading high despite improved hydropower output and amid nuclear outages in the region and France.

Slovenia close to signing gas supply deal with Algeria – PM

Date: 09.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia close to signing gas supply deal with Algeria – PMPhoto: Plinovodi

Slovenia is very close to signing a long-term contract with Algeria for the supply of gas from that country, Slovenian prime minister Robert Golob told the public broadcaster RTV Slovenija late on

SEE POWER – HU-DE October spread trades high on low hydro

Date: 07.09.2022 Author: Marcin Czekanski, Montel
SEE POWER – HU-DE October spread trades high on low hydroPhoto: ACER

The spread between Hungarian and German October power contracts keeps trading high on expectations of no improvement in hydropower output in the region.

Slovenian businesses call for energy price cap

Date: 06.09.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian businesses call for energy price capPhoto: Montel

The Slovenian government has promised to provide businesses with EUR 1.5bn of state aid, but industrial consumers claim that without energy price caps at least three times as much money will be



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