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Serbian Kostolac TPPs Generated 5.6 TWh of Electricity in 2019

Date: 27.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbian Kostolac TPPs Generated 5.6 TWh of Electricity in 2019Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The Serbian Kostolac thermal power plants (TPPs) generated 5.6 TWh of electricity in 2019, which is 2.6% more than planned, reported Novosti.

Serbia Discusses Cooperation in Coal Mining With Czech Republic

Date: 20.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbia Discusses Cooperation in Coal Mining With Czech RepublicPhoto: EPS

Serbia’s Minister of Mining and Energy, Aleksandar Antić, and the Deputy Prime Minister of the Czech Republic and Minister of Trade and Industry, Karel Havlicek, agreed on Friday in Prague to

Germany Agrees on EUR 40bn Coal Exit Deal

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Germany Agrees on EUR 40bn Coal Exit DealPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

Germany has agreed to pay compensation of about EUR 40 billion to regions most affected by the plan to phase out the use of brown coal or lignite in power plants by 2038, said the country’s Economy

Serbian Government: Energy Companies Abide by Emission Reduction Measures

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbian Government: Energy Companies Abide by Emission Reduction MeasuresPhoto: www.tentesla.com

The Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy announced on Thursday that the state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) and other energy companies in the country “are absolutely acting in

Renewables Overtook Fossil Fuels in European Power Generation in 2019

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Renewables Overtook Fossil Fuels in European Power Generation in 2019Photo: pixabay.com

European power markets saw renewables overtake fossil fuels in 2019 as generation from fossil fuels dropped 10% from 2018, according to the energy market data analyst EnAppSys.

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

Dispute Settlement Case Against Serbia Launched for Lack of NERP Adoption

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Dispute Settlement Case Against Serbia Launched for Lack of NERP AdoptionPhoto: www.tentesla.com

The Energy Community Secretariat sent an opening letter to Serbia on Wednesday to address the incomplete implementation of the large combustion plants directive, thus opening a dispute settlement

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

Coal Excise Tax Will Cover Montenegro’s Stimulus for Renewables

Date: 08.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Coal Excise Tax Will Cover Montenegro’s Stimulus for RenewablesPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Montenegro’s Minister of Economy, Dragica Sekulić, has stated that households in Montenegro will continue to be exempt from premiums for electricity from renewable sources for the consumption of up

Planned Primary Energy Production in Serbia for 2020 to Amount to 10,112 Mtoe

Date: 06.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Planned Primary Energy Production in Serbia for 2020 to Amount to 10,112 MtoePhoto: www.pixabay.com

The Serbian government has determined Serbia’s energy balance for 2020. Thus, the government has projected that primary energy production in 2020 will amount to 10,112 Mtoe (one million tonnes of

Coal Regions – A Test of Government Quality

Date: 06.01.2020 Author: Janez Kopač, Director, Energy Community Secretariat
Coal Regions – A Test of Government QualityPhoto: Energy Community

Nothing is more constant than change: of technologies, people, markets, and weather. In itself, such constructive destruction allows for constant adaptation to new conditions. It is only in mining

Power Output of Serbian EPS’s TPPs 3% Higher in 2019 Than in 2018

Date: 03.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Power Output of Serbian EPS’s TPPs 3% Higher in 2019 Than in 2018Photo: EPS

The mines that are part of the Serbian state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) produced about 5% more coal in 2019 than in 2018, which ensured the stability of Serbia's energy system,


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