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Romanian Regulator Fines 7 Energy Suppliers for REMIT Breach

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Romanian Regulator Fines 7 Energy Suppliers for REMIT BreachPhoto: ACER

The Romanian energy regulator, ANRE, has so far fined seven energy suppliers a total of RON 3 million (EUR 615,599.33) due to breaches of REMIT, while four companies were fined a total of RON 3.6

Wind - The Main Driver For Future Imbalance Volumes And Costs

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Wind - The Main Driver For Future Imbalance Volumes And CostsPhoto: EWEA

“Imbalance volumes are likely to increase due to increasing shares of wind power in the system. As wind comes with an inherent forecasting error, this will add imbalance volumes to the market.

Bulgarian BEH’s Net Profit Up 56.93% in H1 2020

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgarian BEH’s Net Profit Up 56.93% in H1 2020Photo: Energetika.NET archive

The company Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) generated a net profit of BGN 172.2 million (EUR 88.044 million) in the first half of 2020, up 56.93% from the BGN 109.72 million (EUR 56 million) the

Preparatory Works For Construction of Unit 7 of BiH’s Tuzla TPP Almost Complete

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Preparatory Works For Construction of Unit 7 of BiH’s Tuzla TPP Almost CompletePhoto: www.elektroprivreda.ba

Preparatory works for the construction of unit 7 of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Tuzla thermal power plant (TPP), for which Elektroprivreda BiH, the largest power utility in BiH, is responsible

The European Future of Local Energy Storage Awaits a Suitable Business Model

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
The European Future of Local Energy Storage Awaits a Suitable Business ModelPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Will the market solve interoperability problems or do standards need more harmonisation across the EU? This was one of the questions raised during the closing of a 3-day online event marking the

Wholesale Power Market Innovations That Help Incentivise Flexibility

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Wholesale Power Market Innovations That Help Incentivise FlexibilityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Flexibility in the power grid, which is increasingly important due to the growing share of renewables, can be incentivised via innovative market design elements, such as increasing the time and space

NGOs Submit Complaint to Bern Convention About BiH’s Neretva River HPP Projects

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
NGOs Submit Complaint to Bern Convention About BiH’s Neretva River HPP ProjectsPhoto: 

The environmental groups Center for Environment, Aarhus Center Sarajevo, Riverwatch, EuroNatur, ClientEarth and CEE Bankwatch Network on Thursday submitted a complaint against Bosnia and Herzegovina

Romanian Nuclearelectrica Appoints New Manager for Cernavoda NPP

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Nuclearelectrica Appoints New Manager for Cernavoda NPPPhoto: Incont.ro

Romanian Nuclearelectrica, the operator of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant (NPP), announced that Valentin Nae has been appointed to the position of manager of the Cernavoda NPP, states a press

Buzzwords of Today: Demand Side Flexibility & Renewables in Buildings

Date: 23.10.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Buzzwords of Today: Demand Side Flexibility & Renewables in BuildingsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Integrating renewable energy into the grids is a challenge for each and every energy player, whereas ‘managing flexibility’ became the buzzword of today, but at the same time, it is far from new,

Demand Side to Become Increasingly Important For Setting Power Price After 2030

Date: 22.10.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Demand Side to Become Increasingly Important For Setting Power Price After 2030Photo: WindEurope

“We are facing a full restructuring of the energy system due to the net zero emissions target in 2050. This target will be accompanied by large investments in renewable energy and electrification of

Construction of Republika Srpska's Grebak Wind Park to Start Soon

Date: 22.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Construction of Republika Srpska's Grebak Wind Park to Start SoonPhoto: ESM

The value of Republika Srpska’s Grebak wind park project is estimated at KM 130 million (EUR 66.46 million), reports Nezavisne.com. Construction of the wind park should start by the end of October

Unit 1 of Macedonian Bitola TPP to Be Decommissioned in Five Years

Date: 22.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Unit 1 of Macedonian Bitola TPP to Be Decommissioned in Five YearsPhoto: ELEM

“Unit 1 of the Bitola thermal power plant (TPP) will cease to operate within a period of five years,” said Vasko Kovačevski, the CEO of the Macedonian power utility ESM, formerly ELEM, according



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