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Macedonian power utility has 1.7 GW of projects in pipeline – CEO

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Montel
Macedonian power utility has 1.7 GW of projects in pipeline – CEOPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s power utility ESM will add more than 1.7 GW of new capacity to the country’s energy portfolio over the next two decades, its CEO Vasko Kovacevski told a conference in Skopje on

European carbon prices touch 6-month high on gas, technicals

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
European carbon prices touch 6-month high on gas, technicalsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe’s benchmark carbon price rose to a six-month high on Tuesday, buoyed by technical indicators and rising gas prices as forecasts pointed to a return of colder weather next month.

EU coal port inventories fall to 10-week low

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
EU coal port inventories fall to 10-week lowPhoto: Montel

Coal stocks at northwestern European import terminals have declined more than 5% over the past week to around a 10-week low, port data showed on Tuesday, as reduced demand resulted in a slowdown in

Kosovo may miss decarbonisation goal by a decade – study

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Montel
Kosovo may miss decarbonisation goal by a decade – studyPhoto: Montel

Kosovo’s promises to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 are unrealistic and the country’s decarbonisation goal may have to be delayed by another decade, according to a recent study.

Kosovo’s green transition requires natural gas – EU study

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Montel
Kosovo’s green transition requires natural gas – EU studyPhoto: TAP AG

Kosovo will have to build two gas-fired power generation units until 2028 and construct large-scale gas infrastructure to help bolster its green energy transition, according to a study posted on the

EU power generation from fossil fuels to dive 20% – study

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
EU power generation from fossil fuels to dive 20% – studyPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

Power generation from fossil fuels is set to slide 20% year on year in Europe this year as the region’s transition to renewables continues apace, said think-tank Ember in a new report published on

BiH to reconsider loan guarantee for new Tuzla coal unit

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH to reconsider loan guarantee for new Tuzla coal unitPhoto: Elektroprivreda BiH

The court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) reversed the State Aid Council’s ruling that a loan guarantee for a new unit at the Tuzla coal-fired power plant was illegal, power utility Epbih said.

Kosovo should use Kek’s earnings for renewables investment – IMF

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Montel
Kosovo should use Kek’s earnings for renewables investment – IMFPhoto: Montel

The profit Kosovo’s power utility Kek is earning from exporting electricity produced by its coal units should be used to build new renewable capacity, the IMF said in a report on Friday.

Slack demand keeps EU coal at steep discount to Pacific

Date: 27.01.2023 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
Slack demand keeps EU coal at steep discount to PacificPhoto: Montel

European coal prices remain at a significant discount to benchmark Pacific basin prices as sluggish demand has driven the former to one-year lows, despite recent losses for the latter market, analysts

Germany on track to end coal use before 2030 – official

Date: 25.01.2023 Author: Isaac Bah, Montel
Germany on track to end coal use before 2030 – officialPhoto: CEE Bankwatch Network

Germany was likely to end its use of coal before 2030 as increasingly available LNG pressures coal plants’ profitability, said Patrick Graichen, an undersecretary in the economy ministry on

Serbian electricity supply stable despite Kolubara mine accident

Date: 25.01.2023 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbian electricity supply stable despite Kolubara mine accidentPhoto: EPS

An accident at Serbia’s largest Kolubara coal mine on Tuesday afternoon has not endangered the stability of the country’s electricity supply, its mining and energy minister Dubravka Djedovic

Lack of energy strategy may deter investors in Kosovo – experts

Date: 24.01.2023 Author: Montel
Lack of energy strategy may deter investors in Kosovo – expertsPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Energy experts are warning that the postponement of Kosovo’s energy strategy, 15 months after work on it began, could deter further investment in its energy sector.



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