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Professio Energia developing 200 MW of renewables in Croatia

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Professio Energia developing 200 MW of renewables in CroatiaPhoto: Mateja K. Kozlevčar

Croatian renewable energy company Professio Energia is developing wind farm projects in Croatia with a combined capacity of 200 MW, the local news portal Lider reported on Tuesday.

Romania may use state-owned company profits to combat energy crisis

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania may use state-owned company profits to combat energy crisisPhoto: MzI

The Romanian government is thinking of using the profits that state-owned utilities and companies amassed in 2021 to combat rising energy prices, according to local media reports.

Albania’s new interconnectors could improve renewables use

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Montel
Albania’s new interconnectors could improve renewables usePhoto: Roman Peklaj

Albania’s ongoing plans to build two 400 kV interconnectors with neighbouring countries will help the country improve its use of new renewables capacity, officials and experts told Montel this week.

Bulgaria's renewable PPAs to be oversupplied by 2030 – Aurora

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bulgaria's renewable PPAs to be oversupplied by 2030 – AuroraPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Bulgaria's merchant renewable supply available under power purchase agreements (PPAs) is likely to exceed corporate demand by 60% by 2030, giving off-takers much more room to negotiate better prices,

Portugal’s EDP Renewables to build 70 MW wind farm in Romania

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Portugal’s EDP Renewables to build 70 MW wind farm in RomaniaPhoto: ESM

EDP Renewables, the renewables arm of the Portuguese utility EDP, will build a 70 MW wind farm in Romania’s western Galati county in the Negrilasti municipality, news portal Profit.ro reported last

Albania picks Greek consortium for power exchange trading platform

Date: 26.01.2022 Author: Montel
Albania picks Greek consortium for power exchange trading platformPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Albania has picked a Greek consortium as the trading platform service provider that will manage the power exchange of Albania and Kosovo (Alpex), officials said on Wednesday.

Bulgaria’s BEH shows no interest in renewables development – study

Date: 25.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgaria’s BEH shows no interest in renewables development – studyPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Bulgaria’s state-owned power utility BEH currently demonstrates no willingness to participate in developing the country’s wind and solar renewables sector to reach the EU’s 2030 climate goals,

Premier Energy buys 34.6 MW wind farm in Romania

Date: 25.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Premier Energy buys 34.6 MW wind farm in RomaniaPhoto: Petrol

The Cyprus-based natural gas supplier and distributor Premier Energy has acquired a 34.5 MW wind farm in western Romania from the German wind turbine manufacturer Enercon, the law firm Wolf Theiss

SEE spot to rise by EUR 30/MWh on soaring gas prices – EQ

Date: 25.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
SEE spot to rise by EUR 30/MWh on soaring gas prices – EQPhoto: ACER

South-east European spot power prices could rise by about EUR 27-30/MWh this week due to recent gas price increases, Montel’s Energy Quantified (EQ) data shows.

Albania to add 915 MW of wind and solar by 2033 – TSO

Date: 25.01.2022 Author: Montel
Albania to add 915 MW of wind and solar by 2033 – TSOPhoto: Merkur

Albania expects to add 915 MW of wind and solar capacity by 2033, thereby diversifying its energy portfolio and reducing its reliance on hydropower, according to the TSO OST’s latest report.

Slovenian GEN-I could deploy 5 GW solar capacity by 2030 – ex CEO

Date: 25.01.2022 Author: Peter Palčec
Slovenian GEN-I could deploy 5 GW solar capacity by 2030 – ex CEOPhoto: pixabay.com

The Slovenian energy group GEN-I could deploy up to 5 GW of solar capacity by 2030 and solar could cover most of Slovenia’s power needs by 2040, said former GEN-I CEO Robert Golob on Monday.

Slovenia’s December power output fell 16% year on year – Surs

Date: 25.01.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia’s December power output fell 16% year on year – SursPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Slovenia’s total net power output fell 16% year on year in December 2021 to 1,238 GWh, causing a rise in power imports, the Slovenian Statistical Office (Surs) said on Tuesday.



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