ENERGY POLICY

Energy Trilemma Index 2017 Reveals Changes and Signs of Progress

Date: 23.11.2017 Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak
Energy Trilemma Index 2017 Reveals Changes and Signs of ProgressPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Index 2017 reveals signs of progress in all dimensions of the energy trilemma – (1) energy security, (2) energy equity, and (3) environmental

Slovenian and Croatian Energy Agencies Fostered EUR 200 Million of Renovations

Date: 23.11.2017 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Slovenian and Croatian Energy Agencies Fostered EUR 200 Million of RenovationsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

In the past decade, energy agencies in Slovenia and Croatia have fostered more than EUR 200 Million of investments into energy refurbishments, was said at the meeting of Slovenian and Croatian energy

Croatia: HEP Seeks Owner's Engineer for Construction of Cogeneration Plant

Date: 23.11.2017 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatia: HEP Seeks Owner's Engineer for Construction of Cogeneration PlantPhoto: HEP

The Croatian state-owned power utility Hrvatska Elektroprivreda (HEP) has published an invitation for expression of interest for an owner's engineer for the project to construct a new cogeneration

Kosovo Needs Better Energy Tariffs For Businesses

Date: 23.11.2017 Author: Peter Palčec
Kosovo Needs Better Energy Tariffs For BusinessesPhoto: © European Communities, 2009

Within five years the problems related to electricity will be solved, however, companies should be offered more favourable energy tariffs since they are the generator of economic development, said

Report: EU Could Confidently Opt for 61% Share of Renewables by 2030

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak
Report: EU Could Confidently Opt for 61% Share of Renewables by 2030Photo: Roman Peklaj

The EU power system can integrate a substantially higher share of renewable electricity (RES) than currently projected for 2030, and at a lower cost. “By 2030, at least 61% of Europe’s electricity

U.S. State of Nebraska Clears the Way for Keystone XL Pipeline

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak
U.S. State of Nebraska Clears the Way for Keystone XL PipelinePhoto: Tanja S. Volarič

The regulators of the U.S. State of Nebraska have approved the Keystone XL pipeline, clearing the way for the controversial and long-delayed project to progress, reported international media. The

Intergovernmental Commission: Special Committee to Decide on LILW Disposal

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Intergovernmental Commission: Special Committee to Decide on LILW DisposalPhoto: Andreja Šalamun

At its 11th session, which took place on Tuesday in Krško, Slovenia, the intergovernmental commission which monitors the implementation of the Agreement between the Republic of Slovenia and the

Montenegro and Albania Need Investments in Power Production Capacities

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Peter Palčec
Montenegro and Albania Need Investments in Power Production CapacitiesPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

Investments in the production capacities of Montenegro and Albania are necessary, given the fact that electricity generation in the two countries is predominantly based on hydrological production

FBiH’s Government Receives Loan Information for Tuzla 7 TPP

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Peter Palčec
FBiH’s Government Receives Loan Information for Tuzla 7 TPPPhoto: www.elektroprivreda.ba

The Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) has received loan information for the financing of the 450 MW unit 7 of the Tuzla thermal power plant (TPP) from the Export-Import

EU Makes Significant Progress in ‘Affordable and Clean Energy’

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Ana Vučina Vršnak
EU Makes Significant Progress in ‘Affordable and Clean Energy’Photo: Roman Peklaj

Overall the EU has made progress towards the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) over the past five years. Progress on some goals has been faster than for others. In addition, within goals,

Bulgaria: New Proposed Amendments to the Renewable Energy Act

Date: 22.11.2017 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgaria: New Proposed Amendments to the Renewable Energy ActPhoto: Jurvetson, Flickr

Bulgaria’s Ministry of Energy has proposed amendments to the Renewable Energy Act (ZEVI) which regulate the requirements for the use of new generation biofuels in transport to be a matter of public

Construction of New 350 MW Unit B3 of Serbian Kostolac TPP Started

Date: 21.11.2017 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Construction of New 350 MW Unit B3 of Serbian Kostolac TPP StartedPhoto: www.te-ko.rs

Construction of the new 350 MW unit B3 of the Kostolac thermal power plant (TPP) is the biggest investment in the domestic energy sector in the last three decades, said Serbia’s Prime Minister, Ana

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