ELECTRICITY

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

EnC Sends Reasoned Opinion Regarding State Guarantee for BiH’s Tuzla 7 Project

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EnC Sends Reasoned Opinion Regarding State Guarantee for BiH’s Tuzla 7 ProjectPhoto: Elektroprivreda BiH

The Energy Community Secretariat sent a reasoned opinion to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) on Thursday concerning State aid compliance of a public guarantee granted by FBiH’s Ministry of Finance in

E.ON Energija Becomes Member of Croatian CROPEX ID Market

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
E.ON Energija Becomes Member of Croatian CROPEX ID MarketPhoto: Roman Peklaj

E.ON Energija, headquartered in Zagreb, has signed a membership agreement to become a new member of the intraday market of the Croatian power exchange, CROPEX, said the latter in a press release.

FBiH Government Gives Preliminary Approval for Four Wind Projects

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
FBiH Government Gives Preliminary Approval for Four Wind ProjectsPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) gave the Federal Ministry of Energy, Mining and Industry preliminary approval on Thursday in the procedure of issuing energy licences

Bulgarian Belene NPP Project Allegedly Violates EU Competition Law

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bulgarian Belene NPP Project Allegedly Violates EU Competition LawPhoto: arhiv EPS

The Bulgarian lawyer Albena Belyanova, who has worked at the country’s Nuclear Regulatory Agency and Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH), has sent a letter to the European Commission pointing to various

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

EU’s New Just Transition Mechanism Excludes Nuclear

Date: 17.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EU’s New Just Transition Mechanism Excludes NuclearPhoto: Rosatom

The EU’s regional policy Commissioner, Elisa Ferreira, revealed earlier this week that nuclear energy is excluded from the EUR 100 billion Just Transition Mechanism, a key financial component of the

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

Three Romanian Companies Plan to Construct 250 MW Gas Power Plant

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Three Romanian Companies Plan to Construct 250 MW Gas Power PlantPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

Three Romanian energy companies - two wholly state-owned companies Electrocentrale Grup and SAPE (which manage the state’s stakes in energy companies), and Electrica group - want to build a new 250

Elektroprivreda BiH: No Elements of Illegal State Aid in Guarantee for Tuzla 7

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Elektroprivreda BiH: No Elements of Illegal State Aid in Guarantee for Tuzla 7Photo: Elektroprivreda BiH

Elektroprivreda BiH, the largest power utility in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), has all the necessary documentation for construction of the 450 MW unit 7 of the Tuzla thermal power plant (TPP), has


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