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EU signs agreement with BiH on EUR 70m energy support package

Date: 07.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
EU signs agreement with BiH on EUR 70m energy support packagePhoto: Montel

The European Commission has signed and sent to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) an agreement on a EUR 70m Energy Support Package to help the most vulnerable cope with rising prices and bolster the energy

N. Macedonia halts 233 MW Bitola coal unit for repairs

Date: 07.02.2023 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia halts 233 MW Bitola coal unit for repairsPhoto: ELEM

The Macedonian power utility ESM said on Tuesday that it had shut down a 233 MW coal unit at the Bitola power plant for repairs, but emphasised that no electricity imports would be required.

IBS interconnector to diversify Serbian gas supply – expert

Date: 07.02.2023 Author: Dušan Telesković
IBS interconnector to diversify Serbian gas supply – expertPhoto: TAP AG

The new interconnector with Bulgaria will facilitate access to Mediterranean and Azerbaijani gas fields, and LNG terminals in Greece, according to an energy expert from the Serbian Chamber of Commerce

New clients result in higher financial burden for Croatian Hep

Date: 07.02.2023 Author: Montel
New clients result in higher financial burden for Croatian HepPhoto: Montel

Croatia’s state-owned power utility Hep has had to assume over 40,000 new customers since October, which due to a government-mandated price cap has resulted in an overall financial burden of

Croatian renewables producers warn of legislative shortcomings

Date: 06.02.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian renewables producers warn of legislative shortcomingsPhoto: http://www.dvss.si

Up to EUR 10bn of Croatian renewables projects are stalled due to shortcomings in the legislative framework, the renewable energy producers association at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) warned

BiH must adopt NECP to unlock foreign investment – EU official

Date: 06.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH must adopt NECP to unlock foreign investment – EU officialPhoto: Roman Peklaj

EU officials urged Bosnia and Hercegovina's (BiH) newly formed authorities on Monday to align their country’s legal framework with EU standards and so unlock foreign investment for the green

Gracanica 50 MW solar farms to be online by end-2025 – EPBiH

Date: 06.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Gracanica 50 MW solar farms to be online by end-2025 – EPBiHPhoto: Montel

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) largest power utility EPBiH expects the two Gracanica solar farms with a combined capacity of 50 MW to be online by the end of 2025, it told Montel on Monday.

Kosovo calls for power saving after 20% increase in consumption

Date: 06.02.2023 Author: Montel
Kosovo calls for power saving after 20% increase in consumptionPhoto: Montel

Kosovo’s government has called on citizens to adopt power saving measures as consumption rose drastically over the weekend due to colder temperatures.

Think tank urges EU to tackle energy crisis with CFDs

Date: 06.02.2023 Author: Julia Demirdag, Montel
Think tank urges EU to tackle energy crisis with CFDsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The immediate introduction of contracts for difference (CFDs) for low-carbon generation offers the “most promising” approach to tackling Europe’s energy price crisis, according to a study

Long-awaited Croatian renewables regulation expected soon

Date: 03.02.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Long-awaited Croatian renewables regulation expected soonPhoto: Montel

An energy approval ordinance for renewables projects will enter its public debate phase during February, economy ministry officials told investors at a meeting in the Croatian Chamber of Commerce

EU must extend gas demand cuts to cope next winter – report

Date: 02.02.2023 Author: Andrés Cala, Montel
EU must extend gas demand cuts to cope next winter – reportPhoto: Roman Peklaj

EU countries should extend efforts to reduce gas demand by 15% for a further six months to meet storage targets for next winter, think-tank Bruegel said in a new report released on Thursday.

EC approves renewables fee reduction for Croatian industry

Date: 02.02.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
EC approves renewables fee reduction for Croatian industryPhoto: Montel

The European Commission (EC) has approved Croatia’s EUR 104m plan to reduce the electricity consumption fee for renewable energy sources imposed on energy-intensive companies.



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