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Croatia secures winter supply at great cost to power utility Hep

Date: 30.11.2022 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia secures winter supply at great cost to power utility HepPhoto: Andreja Krašna

The Croatian government has secured a stable winter energy supply, but this means “billions [HRK] in losses for Hep,” Croatian economy and energy ministry state secretary Ivo Milatic told an

Serbia will not adopt NECP until 2023 – assistant minister

Date: 22.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia will not adopt NECP until 2023 – assistant ministerPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia will not adopt its integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) until next year as one part requires further elaboration, assistant energy and mining minister for green energy Natalija

Croatian Crodux to decide on 500 MW cogeneration plant in 2023

Date: 22.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian Crodux to decide on 500 MW cogeneration plant in 2023Photo: Crodux energetika

Croatian energy company Crodux Energetika is currently analysing the results of a tender for the construction of a 500 MW cogeneration power plant in the eastern town of Slavonski Brod, the company

Croatian geothermal development plan inadequate – expert

Date: 21.11.2022 Author: Montel
Croatian geothermal development plan inadequate – expertPhoto: oie.hr

Croatia's geothermal energy plan for 2030 is a disappointing document that fails to provide information about the most important aspects of development in that sector, a leading expert in the field

Coal units double thermal output to heat Kosovo’s capital

Date: 16.11.2022 Author: Montel
Coal units double thermal output to heat Kosovo’s capitalPhoto: Montel

Kosovo’s capital Pristina is set to double the amount of thermal energy it receives from coal units and add more solar, which is expected to decrease the country’s overall power consumption by

First 189 MW gas steam power plant in Serbia starts operating

Date: 15.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
First 189 MW gas steam power plant in Serbia starts operatingPhoto: Nis

The 189 MW Pancevo gas-fired cogeneration power plant near the capital Belgrade began to operate on Monday, the Serbian oil group Nis said in a press statement published on its website.

Downward power consumption trend in Kosovo may end soon

Date: 04.11.2022 Author: Montel
Downward power consumption trend in Kosovo may end soonPhoto: Montel

Kosovo has managed to lower power consumption by more than 6% since January, mainly thanks to mild weather, but that may soon change, energy minister Artane Rizvanolli told the Pristina-based ATV

Winter power blackouts highly unlikely in Serbia

Date: 27.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Winter power blackouts highly unlikely in SerbiaPhoto: Montel

In the worst case scenario of severe shortages across Europe, the risk of power blackouts in Serbia is no more than 2%, participants in a panel discussion on power crunch risks concluded on Wednesday.

USAID launches USD 20m project to lure Balkan energy investments

Date: 21.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
USAID launches USD 20m project to lure Balkan energy investmentsPhoto: 

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a new USD 20m project on Wednesday aimed at helping the Western Balkans attract investment to its energy sector.

Energy willow can help Serbia reach decarbonisation – expert

Date: 21.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Energy willow can help Serbia reach decarbonisation – expertPhoto: 

Fast-growing energy willows have the potential to boost the share of biomass used in Serbia's electricity production and thus help its decarbonisation process, Branko Glavonjic, a professor at the

Serbia to fire up dormant 110 MW thermal power plant in December

Date: 13.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia to fire up dormant 110 MW thermal power plant in DecemberPhoto: EPS

In December Serbia’s EPS will fire up the oil and gas fired Zrenjanin thermal power plant which has been dormant since 2012, Vladmir Siljkut, a management advisor at the state-owned power utility,

N. Macedonia secures funding for Skopje central heating

Date: 29.09.2022 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia secures funding for Skopje central heatingPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s capital Skopje will turn on heating in mid-October, following months of administrative disputes, the country’s prime minister said on Wednesday.



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