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Acer faces uphill struggle to standardise PPAs

Date: 16.04.2024 Author: Kelly Paul, Montel
Acer faces uphill struggle to standardise PPAsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe’s lead body for energy regulators Acer will struggle to deliver where others have failed now it is required to standardise renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs), observers told Montel.

EU solar lobby urges “rapid action” to secure supply

Date: 16.04.2024 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
EU solar lobby urges “rapid action” to secure supplyPhoto: Woodburn Capital

SolarPower Europe has urged “rapid action” and “concrete measures” at national and European level to support solar manufacturers to ensure security of supply.

Croatian Ina eyes green hydrogen production in 2026

Date: 16.04.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian Ina eyes green hydrogen production in 2026Photo: F. Budva

Croatian energy company Ina is planning to become the country’s first producer of commercial green hydrogen in 2026, with the construction of a 10 MW green hydrogen plant in the northern Adriatic

FBiH entity eyes first renewables auctions in 2025

Date: 16.04.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
FBiH entity eyes first renewables auctions in 2025Photo: Dalibor Dobrić

Bosnia and Herzegovina's Federation entity (FBiH) has drafted a 2025-2030 renewable energy auctions plan, aimed at supporting 240 MW of large-scale solar and wind, as well as 61.2 MW of prosumer and

Ukraine to axe power price caps to buoy imports on Russia attacks

Date: 15.04.2024 Author: Marcin Czekanski, Montel
Ukraine to axe power price caps to buoy imports on Russia attacksPhoto: Montel

Ukraine will remove current caps on power prices to allow stable commercial imports as the country’s own generation capacity continues to be degraded amid widespread Russian attacks, traders told

Croatia to hold 607 MW market premium renewables tender

Date: 15.04.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia to hold 607 MW market premium renewables tenderPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Croatian energy market operator Hrote is planning a public tender aimed at supporting the production of electricity from new renewable sources with 607 MW of combined capacity through market premiums,

Serbian TSO, power bourse request negative price initiation

Date: 15.04.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbian TSO, power bourse request negative price initiationPhoto: DhakaTribune

Serbia’s power TSO Ems and power bourse Seepex will push for the introduction of negative electricity prices in Serbia, enabling the smoother integration of new renewables capacities, Seepex COO

Acer demands TSOs act urgently on 70% trade capacity

Date: 15.04.2024 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Acer demands TSOs act urgently on 70% trade capacityPhoto: Montel

EU energy regulatory agency Acer wants grid operators to act urgently to make at least 70% of cross-zonal power capacity available for trading to help reduce price volatility and boost flexibility, it

Kosovo lowers power prices to retain investors

Date: 12.04.2024 Author: Uran Haxha
Kosovo lowers power prices to retain investorsPhoto: Montel

Foreign investors in Kosovo have reversed their threat to depart from the country after its energy regulator ZRRE lowered electricity prices for industrial and commercial consumers, one of its

European day-ahead power prices fall as low as EUR -55/MWh

Date: 12.04.2024 Author: Olav Vilnes, Montel
European day-ahead power prices fall as low as EUR -55/MWhPhoto: ACER

Spot power prices across Europe have hit negative territory for Saturday afternoon, with Germany, France and the Netherlands seeing hourly prices as low as EUR -55.01/MWh.

PPC, Mytilineos ink deal for 2 GW solar in Italy, Balkans

Date: 12.04.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
PPC, Mytilineos ink deal for 2 GW solar in Italy, BalkansPhoto: Montel

The Greek PPC Group and Mytilineos Energy & Metals inked a deal to build up to 2 GW of solar capacity in Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and Italy over the next three years.

Croatian firm eyes 2027 launch of 252 MW agrivoltaic plant

Date: 12.04.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian firm eyes 2027 launch of 252 MW agrivoltaic plantPhoto: Montel

The company Suncane Livade has filed requests for the first permits for construction of a 252 MW agrivoltaic power plant in central Croatia, and hopes to launch it in 2027, its representative told



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