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German Cal 23 holds steady on uncertain forecasts

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Tasmin Chowdhary, Montel
German Cal 23 holds steady on uncertain forecastsPhoto: ACER

German front-year power recovered from early weakness to trade flat on Friday amid mixed weather messages and losses in European gas markets.

Montenegro utility offers prosumers 70 MW of new rooftop solar

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro utility offers prosumers 70 MW of new rooftop solarPhoto: Montel

Montenegro's power utility EPCG has decided to issue a new public call in mid-December seeking expressions of interest for the installation of 70 MW of rooftop solar capacity, it said in a statement

Slovenian-Hungarian 400 kV line enables cheaper power – director

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Valerija Hozjan, Peter Palčec
Slovenian-Hungarian 400 kV line enables cheaper power – directorPhoto: Montel

Since the Slovenian-Hungarian 400 kV transmission line began operating in June, power has mainly flowed into Slovenia, lowering prices there at night and during weekends, according to Slovenian power

Serbia may spend EUR 100m on power imports in Dec, Jan – minister

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia may spend EUR 100m on power imports in Dec, Jan – ministerPhoto: Montel

Serbia will set aside more than EUR 100m for electricity imports in December and January, energy minister Dubravka Djedovic said after meeting Energy Community Secretariat director Artur Lorkowski in

Kosovo to produce less power and consume more in 2023 – TSO plan

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Montel
Kosovo to produce less power and consume more in 2023 – TSO planPhoto: Montel

Kosovo will generate less power in 2023 and consume more year-on-year so 1.15 TWh of electricity must be imported to keep the lights on, the country’s TSO Kostt says in its 2023 energy balance plan.

New map to help Serbia find 1 GW of green solar sites

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
New map to help Serbia find 1 GW of green solar sitesPhoto: Montel

The environmental protection NGO Nature Conservancy presented a project on Thursday designed to help the Serbian government, local communities and investors deploy some 1 GW of solar power projects

N. Macedonia completes gas pipeline from Negotino to Bitola

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia completes gas pipeline from Negotino to BitolaPhoto: TAP AG

North Macedonia has completed a 92 kilometre-long natural gas pipeline from Negotino to Bitola that paves the way for the Bitola coal plant’s conversion to gas use, the government said in a

German Cal 23 retreats from 6-wk high as jitters ease

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Maria Haensch, Montel
German Cal 23 retreats from 6-wk high as jitters easePhoto: ACER

The German front-year power contract rose to a six-week high on Thursday amid forecasts for colder weather but then pared these gains as market nerves calmed down.

Slovakia, Greece join European intraday power coupling – TGE

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Marcin Czekanski, Montel
Slovakia, Greece join European intraday power coupling – TGEPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovakia and Greece have successfully joined the EU's cross-border intraday power market coupling, said Poland's power bourse TGE on Thursday.

New hydro plants key to increasing Serbian renewables share

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
New hydro plants key to increasing Serbian renewables sharePhoto: Montel

Serbia would need the Bistrica and Djerdap 3 hydropower plants to provide a stable balancing reserve if 5 GW of intermittent renewable energy sources are to be integrated by 2030, energy consultants

Croatia’s Enna investing heavily in green energy projects – CEO

Date: 30.11.2022 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia’s Enna investing heavily in green energy projects – CEOPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Croatian energy company Enna Group is investing several hundred million euros in wind, solar and geothermal power plants, Zoran Milisa, the CEO of Enna’s supply company Enna Opskrba, told Montel

Serbia to use Norwegian expertise for energy sector overhaul

Date: 30.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia to use Norwegian expertise for energy sector overhaulPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia will rely on Norwegian expertise and experience to overhaul its coal-reliant energy sector and attract badly needed foreign investment to help it decarbonise by 2050, its new energy minister



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