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Europe could produce 450 TWh of green H2 by 2030 – study

Date: 15.06.2021 Author: Maria Haensch, Montel
Europe could produce 450 TWh of green H2 by 2030 – studyPhoto: EBRD

Europe has the potential to produce 450 TWh of green hydrogen by 2030, a study commissioned by European TSOs showed on Tuesday.

Romania aiming for 5.3 GW of wind capacity by 2030

Date: 15.06.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romania aiming for 5.3 GW of wind capacity by 2030Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The Romanian government is aiming to increase the country's wind capacity from the current 3 GW to 5.3 GW by 2030, according to WindEurope.

Respect Energy joins GO auctions on Croatian power exchange

Date: 14.06.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Respect Energy joins GO auctions on Croatian power exchangePhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Polish company Respect Energy has become a participant in the guarantees of origin (GO) auctions held on the Croatian Cropex power exchange.

Serbia to subsidise new solar household installations – energy minister

Date: 14.06.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia to subsidise new solar household installations – energy ministerPhoto: pixabay.com

Serbia will subsidise the installation of new solar power panels for household use, said Serbia’s energy minister, Zorana Mihajlovic, on Saturday.

Europe needs 480 MW of dispatchable capacity by 2050 – BNEF

Date: 14.06.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Europe needs 480 MW of dispatchable capacity by 2050 – BNEFPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe will need about 480 MW of carbon-free, dispatchable capacity in 2050 as backup for periods of low wind and solar output, said Bloomberg NEF last week.

Cross-border access key for renewables boost in SEE – investor

Date: 14.06.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Cross-border access key for renewables boost in SEE – investorPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Western Balkans countries will need to ensure renewables producers have access to cross-border capacities and liquid markets if they want to attract more solar and wind investments, said a

Swedish company to revive 402 MW of wind projects in Romania

Date: 11.06.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Swedish company to revive 402 MW of wind projects in RomaniaPhoto: ESM

The Swedish company OX2 intends to revive four seven-year-old 402 MW wind projects in Romania’s Black Sea region of Dobrogea, reports the news portal Profit.ro.

Battery energy storage in SEE economically feasible in 5 years – utility

Date: 11.06.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Battery energy storage in SEE economically feasible in 5 years – utilityPhoto: Mercados – Aries International

The use of battery energy storage systems should be economically feasible in the Energy Community countries within the next four to five years, said the investment director of North Macedonia’s

Eclipse hit N Europe solar output by 5 GW – TSOs

Date: 11.06.2021 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
Eclipse hit N Europe solar output by 5 GW – TSOsPhoto: Ana V. Vršnak

A partial solar eclipse on Thursday reduced photovoltaic power generation in northern Europe by up to 4.9 GW, according to TSO group Entso-E.

Demand lacking for more intraday auctions – survey

Date: 11.06.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
Demand lacking for more intraday auctions – surveyPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe’s power market participants are generally against having more frequent intraday auctions and want to focus on continuous cross-zonal trading, a 2030 market design survey by TSO body Entso-E

Eurohold Bulgaria aims for regional expansion of energy business

Date: 11.06.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Eurohold Bulgaria aims for regional expansion of energy businessPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

Eurohold Bulgaria, the owner of the Czech energy company Cez’s subsidiaries in Bulgaria, is considering the expansion of its electricity supply business to neighbouring countries.

Lack of GO system hinders corporate PPAs in Western Balkans - bank

Date: 11.06.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Lack of GO system hinders corporate PPAs in Western Balkans - bankPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Guarantees of origin (GOs) are the missing link in the use of corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) in the Western Balkans, said Milena Milosavljevic from ProCredit Holding on Thursday.



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