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NECP tracker shows Slovenia, Croatia fall short of targets

Date: 16.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
NECP tracker shows Slovenia, Croatia fall short of targetsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia and Croatia’s national energy and climate plans (NECPs) contain several data inconsistencies, lack clear targets and ambition and do not adhere to reduction trajectories, said NGO CAN

Croatia to build 158km of new gas pipelines

Date: 08.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia to build 158km of new gas pipelinesPhoto: TAP AG

The Croatian government has greenlighted the construction of two new natural gas pipelines, 158 km in total length and costing EUR 400m, which will be funded by the national recovery and resilience

Eon Croatia acquires two firms to bolster green credentials

Date: 01.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Eon Croatia acquires two firms to bolster green credentialsPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Eon Croatia has acquired two companies — Tomting 2010 and Green Eight — that it expects to strengthen its role in green transition, it announced on Thursday.

BiH plant to start power supply to Slovenia from February

Date: 30.01.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH plant to start power supply to Slovenia from FebruaryPhoto: www.riteugljevik.com

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) 300 MW Ugljevik coal-fired plant has inked a deal to start delivering 500 GWh of power annually to Slovenia’s utility HSE from Thursday, the latter said today.

Slovenian power output grows by 12% in December

Date: 25.01.2024 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian power output grows by 12% in DecemberPhoto: Lidija Petrišič Colarič

Slovenia’s total net power output in December increased by 12% year on year to 1,333 GWh due to higher hydropower and coal-fired production, the country’s statistical office Surs said on Thursday.

Slovenia should aim for 2035 nuclear unit start – minister

Date: 22.01.2024 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Slovenia should aim for 2035 nuclear unit start – ministerPhoto: GEN energija

Slovenia should find a way to ensure that its new nuclear unit is connected to the grid in 2035 and that its power supply remains stable, energy minister Bojan Kumer said on Monday.

Slovenia adds over 400 MW of solar in 2023

Date: 17.01.2024 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Slovenia adds over 400 MW of solar in 2023Photo: Montel

Slovenia installed more than 400 MW of new solar capacity in 2023, bringing its total to 1.1 GW, the country’s energy ministry said on Wednesday.

Slovenia to see fresh negative price hike in 2024 – traders

Date: 16.01.2024 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Slovenia to see fresh negative price hike in 2024 – tradersPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Like the rest of the EU, Slovenia is likely to see further growth in instances of negative power prices this year due to growing renewables capacity across Europe and low power demand, traders told

BiH plant to start power deliveries to Slovenia in mid-Jan

Date: 28.12.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH plant to start power deliveries to Slovenia in mid-JanPhoto: www.riteugljevik.com

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) 300 MW Ugljevik coal plant, operated by power utility Ers, should begin delivering a third of its output to Slovenia’s HSE in mid-January, Ers executive technical

Italy’s proposed gas tax to hit exports, industry – experts

Date: 22.12.2023 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
Italy’s proposed gas tax to hit exports, industry – expertsPhoto: Plinovodi

Italy’s plan to impose a tax on gas at exit and interconnection points could dent exports and be detrimental to industry, experts told Montel this week.

Acer allows more time for day-ahead capacity rule changes

Date: 21.12.2023 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Acer allows more time for day-ahead capacity rule changesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

National regulators in the Core electricity region will get an extra three months to agree changes to the region’s day-ahead capacity calculation methodology, said EU energy regulatory agency Acer

Slovenian Dem eyes 2031 launch of 440 MW pumped storage

Date: 18.12.2023 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Slovenian Dem eyes 2031 launch of 440 MW pumped storagePhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Slovenian hydropower producer Dem plans to launch the 440 MW Kozjak pumped storage hydro project by 2031 to enable better balancing of intermittent renewables, its CEO said.



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