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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

Slovenia to spend EUR 1bn of EU recovery money on green transition by 2026

Date: 03.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia to spend EUR 1bn of EU recovery money on green transition by 2026Photo: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia plans to spend over EUR 1bn on its green transition by 2026, strengthening its power distribution grid and providing 35 MW of new hydro, geothermal and/or solar capacity.

Construction of Croatia’s Second Geothermal Power Plant to Start This Summer

Date: 09.04.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Construction of Croatia’s Second Geothermal Power Plant to Start This SummerPhoto: 

The company Geo Power Zagocha will begin construction of a 20 MW geothermal power plant worth HRK 530 million (EUR 71 million) in the summer of 2021, according to the website of the county of

EVs and Heat Pumps to Increase Slovenia’s Power Demand By 6% By 2030

Date: 01.04.2021 Author: Valerija Hozjan, Tanja Srnovršnik
EVs and Heat Pumps to Increase Slovenia’s Power Demand By 6% By 2030Photo: Petrol

Electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps are expected to increase power consumption in Slovenia by about 900 GWh, which equates to around 6%, by 2030, Boštjan Blažič from the Faculty of Electrical

Slovenian GEN: Nuclear Combined with Hydrogen Output Can Become Cheapest Source of Peak Power

Date: 24.03.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenian GEN: Nuclear Combined with Hydrogen Output Can Become Cheapest Source of Peak PowerPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

Nuclear is currently GEN Group’s cheapest, non-weather dependent source of baseload power, and could also become – in combination with hydrogen production – the cheapest source of peak power,

Waste Heat From Steel Plant Could Help Cut Gas Use for Heating in Jesenice By 75%

Date: 16.03.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Waste Heat From Steel Plant Could Help Cut Gas Use for Heating in Jesenice By 75%Photo: SIJ Acroni

The natural gas consumption of the district heating network in Jesenice, Slovenia, is expected to decrease by 50-75% by utilising waste heat from the local SIJ Acroni steel plant, said Giel Van den

Commission Approves State Aid For Support of Romanian District Heating System

Date: 26.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Commission Approves State Aid For Support of Romanian District Heating SystemPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, Romania’s plans to support the upgrade of the district heating system of the municipality of Bucharest. According to the

Works on Serbian Obrenovac-Novi Belgrade Heating Pipeline Could Begin in June

Date: 12.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Works on Serbian Obrenovac-Novi Belgrade Heating Pipeline Could Begin in JunePhoto: Roman Peklaj

“Construction of the heating pipeline system that will run from Obrenovac to Novi Beograd could begin in June. The value of this project is estimated at EUR 194 million,” said Serbia’s Deputy

Romanian Mintia TPP Shuts Down Due to Lack of Coal Supply

Date: 10.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Mintia TPP Shuts Down Due to Lack of Coal SupplyPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

The Romanian 1,285 GW Mintia thermal power plant (TPP) in Deva, which is part of the Hunedoara Energy Complex (OEC), was shut down on the night of 8-9 February because it ran out of coal. As a side

Not Shutting Down Coal Plants After 2050 Could Cost Serbia EUR 1bn Annually

Date: 19.01.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Not Shutting Down Coal Plants After 2050 Could Cost Serbia EUR 1bn AnnuallyPhoto: Pixabay

“No one will shut down thermal power plants in ten years, especially if they are as dominant in electricity production as in Poland, but we must be aware that after 2050, if Serbia does not shut



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