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Romgaz doubles gas supply price for Bucharest heating system

Date: 23.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romgaz doubles gas supply price for Bucharest heating systemPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Romanian natural gas producer and supplier Romgaz will double the price of the gas it delivers to Electrocentrale Bucuresti (Elcen), the company in charge of district heating in Bucharest, beginning

Energy price surge spurs backlash against EU policy – FT

Date: 22.09.2021 Author: Montel
Energy price surge spurs backlash against EU policy – FTPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Surging gas and electricity prices in Europe have intensified the political backlash against the EU’s plans to extend carbon taxes on petrol and heating bills, threatening a central policy of the

Serbia’s first two biomass plants to be operational as of October

Date: 13.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia’s first two biomass plants to be operational as of OctoberPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Serbia’s first two biomass plants with a combined capacity of 9.8 MW will become operational in the towns of Priboj and Mali Zvornik on 1 October, reports the news portal Balkan Green Energy news.

Germany on track for record emissions growth – Agora

Date: 16.08.2021 Author: Nathan Witkop, Montel
Germany on track for record emissions growth – AgoraPhoto: Pixabay

German carbon emissions will climb by their fastest pace in at least 30 years this year as the country’s coal plants benefit most from recovering power demand, think tank Agora Energiewende said on

Geothermal could replace gas as a transition fuel in SEE – EGEC

Date: 15.07.2021 Author: Peter Palčec, Tanja Srnovršnik
Geothermal could replace gas as a transition fuel in SEE – EGECPhoto: oie.hr

Geothermal energy is cheaper than natural gas in the long run and southeast Europe (SEE) should use it as its primary energy transition solution, Philippe Dumas from the European Geothermal Energy

EC plans climate policy overhaul driven by carbon pricing

Date: 13.07.2021 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EC plans climate policy overhaul driven by carbon pricingPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Carbon pricing is set to underpin many of the European Commission’s proposed policy reforms due on Wednesday intended to help the EU cut its emissions by at least 55% from 1990 levels by 2030.

European power grid can handle 50m heat pumps – energy CEOs

Date: 07.07.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
European power grid can handle 50m heat pumps – energy CEOsPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Europe can deploy 50m heat pumps without jeopardising grid stability while at the same time allowing greater integration of renewables, said the CEOs of major energy groups on Monday.

Serbian city of Kragujevac to decarbonise heating system

Date: 02.07.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian city of Kragujevac to decarbonise heating systemPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Kragujevac, the fourth-largest city in Serbia, will decommission the coal boilers in the city’s district heating system with the help of a EUR 18m loan provided by the EBRD, said the bank on Friday.

Agora analyst criticises EU green H2 plans as overambitious

Date: 22.06.2021 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
Agora analyst criticises EU green H2 plans as overambitiousPhoto: Roman Peklaj

European Union targets for green hydrogen are overambitious, as demand for the renewable gas may only hit 8-20% of energy needs in a “climate neutral” system, an Agora Energiewende analyst told an

Croatia could cover 20% of its energy needs from offshore wind

Date: 20.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatia could cover 20% of its energy needs from offshore windPhoto: WindEurope

Croatia could cover 20% of its electricity needs from offshore wind farms built in the Adriatic Sea, reports the news and television platform RTL.hr.

Bogdan Kronovšek, Kronoterm: Heat pumps are definitely ready for smart grids

Date: 12.05.2021 Author: Alenka L. Klopčič, Tanja Srnovršnik
Bogdan Kronovšek, Kronoterm: Heat pumps are definitely ready for smart gridsPhoto: Energetika.NET

Heat pumps are not only ready for smart grids, they can also be an effective flexibility management tool for grid operators and power distributors, said Bogdan Kronovšek, the managing director of the

Croatian AZU to assist in preparing geothermal projects

Date: 04.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Croatian AZU to assist in preparing geothermal projectsPhoto: oie.hr

The Croatian hydrocarbons agency AZU plans to establish a geothermal project company, with the aim of providing assistance to local communities that have problems with the preparation of geothermal



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