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Bucharest Heating Distribution Company Could Go Bankrupt Again

Date: 23.07.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Bucharest Heating Distribution Company Could Go Bankrupt AgainPhoto: DhakaTribune

Romanian Termoenergetica, the company that took over Bucharest's bankrupt municipal heating distribution company RADET, might go bankrupt itself less than a year after it took over the infrastructure

Slovenia: Energetika Ljubljana Uses Excess Heat From Lek For District Heating

Date: 22.07.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia: Energetika Ljubljana Uses Excess Heat From Lek For District HeatingPhoto: Energetika Ljubljana

Excess heat in the form of steam condensate that Lek, which is part of Novartis, can no longer use in its processes, but which still retains a high temperature, is now being piped to Slovenian

BiH’s Toplane Sarajevo to Start Hydrogeological Exploration For Heating Purposes

Date: 09.07.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
BiH’s Toplane Sarajevo to Start Hydrogeological Exploration For Heating PurposesPhoto: 

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) public utility company Toplane Sarajevo has signed an agreement with the Environmental Protection Fund of the Federation of BiH worth KM 35,000 (EUR 17,895). The funds

European Residential Sector Has 200 GW of Untapped Installed Assets Potential

Date: 06.07.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
European Residential Sector Has 200 GW of Untapped Installed Assets PotentialPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“The residential sector has huge untapped potential with over 200 GW of installed assets of which heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) systems and hot water heaters account for 97%.

EUSEW: Energy System Integration Should First Focus on Mobility

Date: 29.06.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EUSEW: Energy System Integration Should First Focus on MobilityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

To date, the energy transition has been largely driven out of the electricity sector. However, electricity is just a small part of the energy system. The challenge is therefore how to bring renewables

EUSEW: Europe Could Become the New Global Central Market For Hydrogen Trading

Date: 29.06.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
EUSEW: Europe Could Become the New Global Central Market For Hydrogen TradingPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“The CO2 content of energy carriers and vectors such as hydrogen will become the ‘new currency’ of the energy system and the EU’s economic recovery. For this to happen, we will need a hydrogen

Blockchain Technology is Becoming Essential For District Heating Management

Date: 24.06.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Blockchain Technology is Becoming Essential For District Heating ManagementPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“A lot of the different megatrends currently happening are connected with district heating, such as urbanisation, electrification, climate change, food supply and digitalisation. District energy can

Montel Weekly: End Game for Fossil Fuels

Date: 16.06.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Montel Weekly: End Game for Fossil FuelsPhoto: Pixabay

It is not enough to only support efficiency and renewable energy. Direct prohibition of the use of fossil fuels will also be necessary in order to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement,

Croatian AZU Announces Four Tenders for Exploration of Geothermal Waters

Date: 05.06.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian AZU Announces Four Tenders for Exploration of Geothermal WatersPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The Croatian Hydrocarbon Agency (Agencija za ugljikovodike – AZU) has announced four public tenders for the exploration of geothermal waters for energy purposes in the geographical area of the Drava

Serbian Waste-to-energy Project Reaches Financial Close

Date: 26.05.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbian Waste-to-energy Project Reaches Financial ClosePhoto: EBRD

The Belgrade waste-to-energy project in Vinča, which will provide the 1.7 million inhabitants of the Serbian capital with a modern waste management system, has reached financial close for a EUR 290

IEA: Renewables Face First Annual Decline in 20 Years

Date: 21.05.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
IEA: Renewables Face First Annual Decline in 20 YearsPhoto: pixabay.com

The world is set to build fewer wind turbines, solar plants and other installations that produce renewable electricity this year because of the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, marking the first annual

Companies to Continue With Energy Transition Projects Despite Pandemic

Date: 21.05.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Companies to Continue With Energy Transition Projects Despite PandemicPhoto: arhiv Energetike.NET

“Companies are clearly being challenged by the current situation, which is a product of the coronavirus pandemic, and they are being really careful about unnecessary expenditure. Over the last two


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