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Croatian HEP to borrow EUR 63m to refinance renewables projects

Date: 28.12.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian HEP to borrow EUR 63m to refinance renewables projectsPhoto: arhiv Energetike.NET

Croatia’s HEP received governmental approval last week for a EUR 63m loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) that will reimburse this state-owned power utility for money already spent on

Croatian household gas and power supply remains stable – minister

Date: 03.12.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian household gas and power supply remains stable – ministerPhoto: MzI

The prices and supply of electricity and gas for Croatian households are stable and under control, said economy minister Tomislav Coric, after the EU energy ministers meeting in Brussels on Thursday.

EIB to provide EUR 50m loan for energy efficiency in Montenegro

Date: 30.11.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
EIB to provide EUR 50m loan for energy efficiency in MontenegroPhoto: Renjith Krishnan via FreeDigitalPhotos

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will provide a EUR 50m loan to the Montenegrin Investment and Development Fund (IDF) to increase the energy efficiency of small businesses in that country, the bank

Western Balkans must urgently adopt carbon pricing – official

Date: 15.11.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Western Balkans must urgently adopt carbon pricing – officialPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Western Balkan countries must introduce a carbon pricing system as soon as possible or they will lose precious funds for energy reforms, said Energy Community Secretariat director Janez Kopac on

Bankers in Croatia discuss sustainable finance challenges

Date: 10.11.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bankers in Croatia discuss sustainable finance challengesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Although green sustainable finance is just beginning in Croatia, in the future banks will increasingly ask companies applying for loans to present data on their carbon footprint and their strategy to

Croatia to become 78.2% energy self-sufficient by 2050

Date: 26.10.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatia to become 78.2% energy self-sufficient by 2050Photo: Roman Peklaj

Croatia intends to cover 78.2% of the country’s energy needs from domestic sources, according to the country’s energy development strategy for 2030 with an outlook to 2050.

EU seeks temporary, targeted response to high energy prices

Date: 05.10.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EU seeks temporary, targeted response to high energy pricesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Rising energy prices need a "temporary and targeted" response that respects the EU's single market and state aid rules, said EU economy commissioner Paolo Gentiloni.

Serbian waste power plant to become operational in November 2022

Date: 04.10.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian waste power plant to become operational in November 2022Photo: Roman Peklaj

The Serbian waste-to-energy plant at Belgrade’s Vinca landfill will become operational in November 2022, announced Serbian prime minister Ana Brnabic during a visit to the landfill last week.

SEE and CEE companies lagging in climate-related investment - survey

Date: 19.08.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
SEE and CEE companies lagging in climate-related investment - surveyPhoto: Gualberto107 via FreeDigitalPhotos

Around 50% of companies in Western and Northern Europe reported investments to address climate change in 2020, 38% in Southern Europe and 32% in Central and Eastern Europe, according to an European

Germany on track for record emissions growth – Agora

Date: 16.08.2021 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
Germany on track for record emissions growth – AgoraPhoto: Pixabay

German carbon emissions will climb by their fastest pace in at least 30 years this year as the country’s coal plants benefit most from recovering power demand, think tank Agora Energiewende said on

European climate-related investments gain momentum - EIB

Date: 12.08.2021 Author: Valerija Hozjan
European climate-related investments gain momentum - EIBPhoto: Pixabay

Around 45% of companies in the European Union have made investments to address climate change, compared to 32% in the United States, according to the European Investment Bank’s (EIB) latest study.

Batteries may gain from price surges, volatility – analysts

Date: 06.08.2021 Author: Tasmin Chowdhary, Montel
Batteries may gain from price surges, volatility – analystsPhoto: Valerija Hozjan

Energy storage systems such as batteries can benefit from rising power prices and spot market volatility as Germany aims to become carbon neutral by 2045, analysts said.



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