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COGEN Europe On Tomorrow’s Energy – Climate Neutrality

Date: 13.10.2020 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
COGEN Europe On Tomorrow’s Energy – Climate NeutralityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The recent crisis has shown how important it is to have a really resilient energy system. Furthermore, we have now the opportunity to invest greatly in more sustainable energy development. This was

European Funds Should Only Be Used For Green Gas Investments

Date: 05.10.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
European Funds Should Only Be Used For Green Gas InvestmentsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“We all know that reaching our climate targets will require the electrification of all sectors. However, electricity is not the answer for every issue, thus other green solutions, such as green

Electrification Still Needs to be Prioritised Over Deployment of Green Hydrogen

Date: 30.09.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Electrification Still Needs to be Prioritised Over Deployment of Green HydrogenPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“I believe that green hydrogen will play an important role, since there are sectors that will not be able to be decarbonised through electrification alone. However, from the current hydrogen

Network Launched to Support Deployment of RES in Heating and Cooling in Balkans

Date: 30.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Network Launched to Support Deployment of RES in Heating and Cooling in BalkansPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Energy Community Secretariat has launched an online Heating and Cooling Network, which aims to support the deployment of more renewables and waste heat in the district heating networks of the

Eurelectric: 80% of EU’ Electricity Could Be Fossil-free By 2030

Date: 15.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Eurelectric: 80% of EU’ Electricity Could Be Fossil-free By 2030Photo: Roman Peklaj

Regardless of whether the European economy will face a prolonged economic crisis or a fast recovery, as much as 80% of the EU’s electricity could be fossil-free by 2030, said Kristian Ruby, the

Grids Hub Series: “We Are Still Very Much a Thermal Generation-Dominated Landscape”

Date: 14.09.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Grids Hub Series: “We Are Still Very Much a Thermal Generation-Dominated Landscape”Photo: Pixabay

Investments in the thermal generation of the future require policy intervention such as capacity markets to help investments. Over the long term, keeping the options among technologies open is key, as

EU Emissions Trading System Should Be Based on Solidarity and Pragmatism

Date: 10.09.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
EU Emissions Trading System Should Be Based on Solidarity and PragmatismPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“The costs of the green transition will affect each EU member state differently. Eastern European countries are now being asked to abandon fossil fuel electricity generation and replace it with

Montel Weekly: COVID-19 Accelerates Demise of Coal in Poland

Date: 08.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Montel Weekly: COVID-19 Accelerates Demise of Coal in PolandPhoto: Pixabay

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the start of the demise of coal-fired power generation in Poland, the third most coal-dependent country in the world, and the economics of these plants are not

Slovenian ELES Joins Euroheat & Power

Date: 18.08.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian ELES Joins Euroheat & PowerPhoto: arhiv ELES

The Slovenian electricity TSO, ELES, has joined the Euroheat & Power organisation and its DHC+ Technology Platform as the first TSO in Europe, wrote ELES on Linkedin.

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



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