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EDPR launches 35 MW Erimia wind farm in Greece

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EDPR launches 35 MW Erimia wind farm in GreecePhoto: 

Spain-based renewable energy developer EDP Renewables (EDPR) has launched its 35 MW Erimia wind farm in Greece’s central Malesina region, more than doubling its renewables portfolio in the country,

EPBiH gets MPs backing for EUR 25.1m EBRD solar loan (45 MW)

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EPBiH gets MPs backing for EUR 25.1m EBRD solar loan (45 MW)Photo: Montel

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) power utility EPBiH has received parliamentary approval for a EUR 25.1m loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), with which it plans to

EIB to help Bulgaria build 1.6 GW hydropower plant

Date: 13.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EIB to help Bulgaria build 1.6 GW hydropower plantPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is set to provide advisory services to Bulgarian utility Nek to help it build 1.6 GW of pumped-storage hydropower capacity seen as crucial to bolstering domestic and

Renewables uptake doubles SEE negative price hours in 2024

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Renewables uptake doubles SEE negative price hours in 2024Photo: Roman Peklaj

The southeast European (SEE) region recorded the same number of negative price hours until June as it did in the whole of 2023 due to increasing renewables usage, according to energy expert Marin

BiH to be hit hardest by CBAM in W. Balkans – analyst

Date: 07.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH to be hit hardest by CBAM in W. Balkans – analystPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), the Western Balkans’ largest electricity exporter, is likely to be the worst hit by the EU carbon border tax, according to an economy and energy market analyst at

CBAM may hamper green transition in W. Balkans – EFT

Date: 07.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
CBAM may hamper green transition in W. Balkans – EFTPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The EU’s carbon border adjustment mechanism (CBAM) may hamper investments and even stall the green transition in the Western Balkans, Maja Rasovic of the EFT Group told the Energy Community

Energy Community parties urged to fill NECP gaps

Date: 07.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Energy Community parties urged to fill NECP gapsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Energy Community parties need to fill the gaps in their National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs) and adopt them as tools to navigate transition, according to the head of its European Green Deal

N.Macedonia DSO connects 0.5 GW of solar, 0.8 GW in pipeline

Date: 06.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
N.Macedonia DSO connects 0.5 GW of solar, 0.8 GW in pipelinePhoto: Montel

EVN, the distribution system operator (DSO) of North Macedonia, has connected nearly 500 MW of solar capacity to the low- and mid-voltage grid, with a further 800 MW in the pipeline, it said on

CFDs key but not sole solution for Energy Community targets

Date: 06.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
CFDs key but not sole solution for Energy Community targetsPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

The renewables support schemes provided through market-based contracts for difference (CFDs) will remain a key tool for the Energy Community members pursuing 2030 green targets, but other models

Energy Community urges faster power package integration

Date: 06.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Energy Community urges faster power package integrationPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Energy Community Secretariat has urged its members to accelerate the transposition of the electricity integration package (EIP) into their national legislations to enable them to start working on

Over half of Ukraine’s power capacity knocked out – Dtek

Date: 05.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Over half of Ukraine’s power capacity knocked out – DtekPhoto: Montel

Russia has destroyed 9 GW of Ukraine’s power generation capacity, more than half the country’s total, Maksym Timchenko, CEO of Ukrainian energy firm Dtek, told the Energy Community’s Electricity

Flexibility aggregator eyes growth in Greek balancing market

Date: 04.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Flexibility aggregator eyes growth in Greek balancing marketPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Independent flexibility aggregator Sympower is seeking to boost demand-side flexibility (DSF) in Greece, southeast Europe’s largest energy balancing market, it has told Montel.



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