CO2 EMISSIONS

BiH Should Focus More on RES; ERS to Spend EUR 1.25bn on New RES Capacities

Date: 18.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
BiH Should Focus More on RES; ERS to Spend EUR 1.25bn on New RES CapacitiesPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

One of the key challenges of the energy transition in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is the move from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources. This was one of the main messages of the 5th Energy Summit

EU Council Adopts Stricter CO2 Emission Standards for Cars and Vans

Date: 17.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EU Council Adopts Stricter CO2 Emission Standards for Cars and VansPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

The EU Council adopted new CO2 emission standards on Monday, according to which new cars will be required to emit on average 37.5% less CO2 and new vans will be required to emit on average 31% less

Croatian Environmental Groups Sue HEP Due to Plomin 1 TPP

Date: 16.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Croatian Environmental Groups Sue HEP Due to Plomin 1 TPPPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

The Croatian environmental groups Zelena akcija and Zelena Istra filed a lawsuit against the Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy on 8 April due to the issuing of an environmental

Macedonian ELEM Announces Tender for REK Bitola TPP Worth EUR 20m

Date: 11.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Macedonian ELEM Announces Tender for REK Bitola TPP Worth EUR 20mPhoto: ELEM

The Macedonian power utility, ELEM, opened a tender on 29 March for the purchase and installation of new electrostatic filters at REK Bitola, Macedonia’s largest thermal power plant (TPP), an

IRENA: RES Need to Grow Six Times Faster to Meet 2050 Targets

Date: 10.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
IRENA: RES Need to Grow Six Times Faster to Meet 2050 TargetsPhoto: arhiv Energetike.NET

Increased use of renewable energy, combined with intensified electrification, could prove decisive in the world meeting key climate goals by 2050. A study published by the International Renewable

Bankwatch: SEE Could Build Up to 3.5 GW of New Coal Plants With Chinese Support

Date: 09.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bankwatch: SEE Could Build Up to 3.5 GW of New Coal Plants With Chinese SupportPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

Up to 3.5 GW of new coal plants could be built in South East Europe with Chinese financial support, including in Romania and Greece, which are EU member states, according to a new analysis by CEE

Sandbag: Europe Could Cut At Least 50% of Emissions By 2030

Date: 08.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Sandbag: Europe Could Cut At Least 50% of Emissions By 2030Photo: Ana Vučina Vršnak

“Europe already has the policies in place it needs to halve its emissions by 2030 compared to 1990. We modelled all the policies already in place – such as those of Clean Energy Package, the

EIHP: Average SEE Wholesale Power Prices to Reach 66-72.6 EUR/MWh in 2030

Date: 03.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EIHP: Average SEE Wholesale Power Prices to Reach 66-72.6 EUR/MWh in 2030Photo: ACER

Wholesale power prices in South East Europe (SEE) are expected to average 66 EUR/MWh in 2030 and 85.4 EUR/MWh in 2050, whilst in the event of a strong rise in the price of emission allowances by 2035

Yoshiaki Ichikawa, Hitachi: Energy Should Have a Leading Role in Society 5.0

Date: 01.04.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Yoshiaki Ichikawa, Hitachi: Energy Should Have a Leading Role in Society 5.0Photo: Studio Bomba

The Japanese development initiative Society 5.0 represents the next stage after the information revolution i.e. it represents the advent of new technologies such as AI, Big Data and the IoT. However,

Knežević: Non-Realisation of Tuzla 7 Will Not Endanger BiH’s Energy Security

Date: 01.04.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Knežević: Non-Realisation of Tuzla 7 Will Not Endanger BiH’s Energy SecurityPhoto: www.elektroprivreda.ba

“If unit 7 of the Tuzla thermal power plant (TPP) is not constructed, this would not represent any danger to the security of energy supply in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Increasing energy

Report: Global Volume of Planned Coal Plants Falls for a Third Year

Date: 29.03.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Report: Global Volume of Planned Coal Plants Falls for a Third YearPhoto: Alenka Žumbar

Coal power capacity under construction globally increased by 12% in 2018, from 209 GW in 2017 to nearly 236 GW in 2018, despite a fall in volume of planned coal-fired power plants, according to the

Serbian Minister Trivan: Serbia Must Increase the Number of EVs

Date: 29.03.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian Minister Trivan: Serbia Must Increase the Number of EVsPhoto: 

Serbia’s Minister of Environmental Protection, Goran Trivan, stated that according to estimates by the World Health Organisation 6,500 citizens die annually in Serbia from the consequences of air

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