ENERGY POLICY

Montenegrin EPCG Chooses Contractor for Reconstruction of Pljevlja TPP

Date: 11.11.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Montenegrin EPCG Chooses Contractor for Reconstruction of Pljevlja TPPPhoto: EPCG

The Montenegrin power utility, Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG), has selected the consortium DEC International-Bemax-BB Solar-Permonte as the most favourable bidder in the tender for the selection of

USAID to Implement EPA Project in Republika Srpska

Date: 11.11.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
USAID to Implement EPA Project in Republika SrpskaPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) entity Republika Srpska, Petar Đokić, has spoken with representatives of the United States Agency for International

BiH’s Gas TSO and ArcelorMittal Sign Gas Supply Contract Worth Around EUR 39m

Date: 11.11.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
BiH’s Gas TSO and ArcelorMittal Sign Gas Supply Contract Worth Around EUR 39mPhoto: Energetika.NET

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) company ArcelorMittal and BiH’s gas TSO, BH-Gas, have signed a five-year contract for the supply of gas, worth USD 43 million (EUR 38.97), following six months of

Analysis for Introduction of Capacity Mechanism in Bulgaria to be Finalised Soon

Date: 08.11.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Analysis for Introduction of Capacity Mechanism in Bulgaria to be Finalised SoonPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

An analysis of the adequacy of the Bulgarian and regional power system, which is being prepared by an international consulting company and is a prerequisite for justifying the need to introduce a

Romanian Regulator ANRE Faces Political Influence Claims

Date: 08.11.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Regulator ANRE Faces Political Influence ClaimsPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Romanian and foreign market participants have called for an international investigation into the independence of the national energy regulator, ANRE, amid concerns of political interference that may

Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Tuzla TPP’s Unit 7 Building Permit

Date: 07.11.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Tuzla TPP’s Unit 7 Building PermitPhoto: www.elektroprivreda.ba

The Cantonal Court in Sarajevo has dismissed a lawsuit brought by the environmental group Ekotim, which initiated an administrative dispute against the Federal Ministry of the Environment and Tourism

MIGRATE: Increased Cross-border Power Trade Crucial for Security of Supply

Date: 06.11.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
MIGRATE: Increased Cross-border Power Trade Crucial for Security of SupplyPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The aim of the new electricity market design is to ensure that renewable energy sources (RES) become part of the market. One of the important provisions in this regard is short term trading and

MIGRATE: European TSOs Already Facing RES-Related Power Quality Issues

Date: 06.11.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
MIGRATE: European TSOs Already Facing RES-Related Power Quality IssuesPhoto: Andreja Krašna

The increasing penetration of power electronics (PE)-interface renewables has already resulted in power quality related challenges at a electricity transmission level, as evidenced by harmonic

Croatia Plans to Increase Its Share of Renewables to 36.4% By 2030

Date: 06.11.2019 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Croatia Plans to Increase Its Share of Renewables to 36.4% By 2030Photo: arhiv Energetike.NET

The Croatian government has submitted a proposal to parliament for a 2030 energy development strategy for Croatia with a view to 2050, which envisages a significantly higher share of renewable energy

IEA: Global Energy Efficiency Improvements Are Slowing

Date: 06.11.2019 Author: Valerija Hozjan
IEA: Global Energy Efficiency Improvements Are SlowingPhoto: www.pixabay.com

A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) titled ‘Energy Efficiency 2019’ shows that the global rate of energy efficiency progress has dropped to the slowest rate since start of

EFET: Bulgaria and Romania Far Behind in Establishing Working Gas Hubs

Date: 06.11.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EFET: Bulgaria and Romania Far Behind in Establishing Working Gas HubsPhoto: GCA

While Bulgaria and Romania have made some limited improvement in making information available, they remain far behind other gas hubs in terms of implementation of network codes relating to balancing

ACER: European Household Energy Bills Rose in 2018 Reflecting Wholesale Prices

Date: 05.11.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
ACER: European Household Energy Bills Rose in 2018 Reflecting Wholesale PricesPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Contrary to the previous two years, in 2018 the average energy prices paid by final consumers in the European Union (EU) increased by 3.5% for gas and 1.9% for electricity, said the EU Agency for the


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