ENERGY POLICY

ACER’s Role to Be Further Strengthened

Date: 14.12.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
ACER’s Role to Be Further StrengthenedPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The European Commission welcomes the political agreement on a proposal to enhance the role of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), which is based in Ljubljana, said the European

Albanian OSHEE’s Signs Co-operation Agreement with USAID

Date: 14.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Albanian OSHEE’s Signs Co-operation Agreement with USAIDPhoto: Andreja Krašna

The Albanian state-owned power distribution system operator (DSO), OSHEE, has signed a co-operation agreement with the international development agency USAID regarding technical assistance to improve

Energy Transformation in Romania Needs More Financial Support

Date: 14.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Energy Transformation in Romania Needs More Financial SupportPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe’s commitment to the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development means that the EU must drive an energy transformation, however, in Romania inadequate financial support and

Industrial Companies in Bulgaria Could Receive Aid Due to Carbon Allowances

Date: 14.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Industrial Companies in Bulgaria Could Receive Aid Due to Carbon AllowancesPhoto: Ana V. Vršnak

Industrial enterprises in Bulgaria whose competitiveness is at risk due to the impact of carbon allowances on the final price of electricity could receive aid in the form of compensation for indirect

EBRD: Focus on Decarbonisation of Energy System

Date: 14.12.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
EBRD: Focus on Decarbonisation of Energy SystemPhoto: Gualberto107 via FreeDigitalPhotos

The Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) approved a new energy sector strategy on Wednesday for the next five years, which targets the creation of an

Bulgaria Expands Co-operation in Nuclear Energy with French Framatom

Date: 14.12.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Bulgaria Expands Co-operation in Nuclear Energy with French FramatomPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Bulgaria’s Energy Minister, Temenuzhka Petkova, and the Senior Vice President of the French company Framatom, Frederick Leliver, have outlined the prospects for expanding co-operation in the field

Special Edition of Energetika.NET Magazine out Now!

Date: 13.12.2018 Author: Editorial Board
Special Edition of Energetika.NET Magazine out Now!Photo: Energetika.NET

The Editorial Board of Energetika.NET has prepared a special edition of its magazine, in which it gathered this year’s most important news snippets and most interesting stories, along with

Serbia Waiting For a Positive Opinion from EnC to Start New Gas Pipeline

Date: 13.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia Waiting For a Positive Opinion from EnC to Start New Gas PipelinePhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia can start the contract works on the 400 kilometre-long gas pipeline though Serbia as soon as it receives a positive opinion from the Energy Community (EnC) Secretariat, reported Novosti.rs. The

Albanian KESH and Kosovo’s KEK to Deepen Co-operation

Date: 13.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Albanian KESH and Kosovo’s KEK to Deepen Co-operationPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Njazi Thaçi, Managing Director of the Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK), held a meeting with Albania’s Ambassador to Kosovo, Qemal Minxhozi, in which they discussed how to increase the co-operation

Elektroprivreda BiH Signs Contracts for Coal with Six Mines

Date: 13.12.2018 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Elektroprivreda BiH Signs Contracts for Coal with Six MinesPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

Elektroprivreda BiH, the largest power utility in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), has signed contracts with five mines from the Elektroprivreda BiH group as well as with the Banovići mine for the

Montenegro to Produce 3,411 GWh of Electricity in 2019

Date: 12.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Montenegro to Produce 3,411 GWh of Electricity in 2019Photo: Andreja Krašna

The Montenegrin government has adopted a Decision on the country’s energy balance for the year 2019, which includes predicted balances for electricity, coal, oil, petroleum products and biofuels.

Prices of Electricity in Romania Could Rise By 45% in the Next Decade

Date: 12.12.2018 Author: Peter Palčec
Prices of Electricity in Romania Could Rise By 45% in the Next DecadePhoto: Andreja Krašna

Romania’s Integrated National Plan for Energy and Climate Change, which it intends to send to Brussels, was recently launched in public debate and, if adopted, foresees a 45% increase in electricity

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