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Croatia pushes ahead with waste-to-hydrogen projects

Date: 21.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia pushes ahead with waste-to-hydrogen projectsPhoto: Dok-Ing

Croatia’s Dok-Ing has successfully tested its pilot textile waste-to-hydrogen processing plant as the country pushes to meet its targets for increased hydrogen production.

Slovenia aims for 300 MW of electrolysers by 2035 – TSO

Date: 06.05.2024 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia aims for 300 MW of electrolysers by 2035 – TSOPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia will establish an adequate hydrogen-ready grid for the installation of 300 MW of electrolyser capacity by 2035, enabling the transport of green hydrogen between different stakeholders within

Croatian Ina eyes green hydrogen production in 2026

Date: 16.04.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian Ina eyes green hydrogen production in 2026Photo: F. Budva

Croatian energy company Ina is planning to become the country’s first producer of commercial green hydrogen in 2026, with the construction of a 10 MW green hydrogen plant in the northern Adriatic

Gas set to seriously impact SEE power prices by 2040

Date: 04.04.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Gas set to seriously impact SEE power prices by 2040Photo: 

Natural gas may have an immense impact on power prices in south-east Europe (SEE) by 2040 as countries switch to gas for electricity production while phasing out coal, according to Aurora Energy

Natural H2 backers seek to win over sceptics

Date: 04.04.2024 Author: Niels C Sorrells, Montel
Natural H2 backers seek to win over scepticsPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Advocates for exploiting naturally occurring hydrogen as an energy source hope to overcome market scepticism, claiming that reserves are more abundant than previously thought and extraction would be

Europe to miss 2030 hydrogen target by half – Volt

Date: 21.03.2024 Author: Olav Vilnes, Montel
Europe to miss 2030 hydrogen target by half – VoltPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Europe is likely to miss its 40 GW hydrogen target for 2030 by almost 50% as projects struggle to find long-term buyers, a senior power analyst with Volt Power Analytics said on Thursday.

Serbia's draft hydrogen strategy lacks ambition – Eps

Date: 13.03.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia's draft hydrogen strategy lacks ambition – EpsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia's draft hydrogen strategy lacks ambition, as it foresees just 5,000 tonnes of annual green hydrogen production by 2035 and 20,000 tonnes by 2050, Aleksandar Jakovljevic, strategy sector

Serbian gas TSO starts pilot H2 testing

Date: 12.03.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbian gas TSO starts pilot H2 testingPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Serbian TSO Srbijagas has initiated a pilot project in the northern town of Sombor to test the possibility of transporting hydrogen through the natural gas grid, its COO Milan Zdravkovic said on

Croatian firm to start testing H2 production from waste

Date: 05.03.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian firm to start testing H2 production from wastePhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Croatian company Dok-Ing is preparing the construction of two research and demonstration facilities for producing hydrogen from solid communal waste and wastewater sludge in the next two years.

Saudi Masco Group to build 60 MW solar in BiH

Date: 01.03.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Saudi Masco Group to build 60 MW solar in BiHPhoto: Montel

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Republika Srpska entity inked a deal with Saudi Arabia’s Masco Group for the construction of a 60 MW solar power plant in the north-eastern town of Bijeljina, its

Serbia plans new gas pipeline enabling supply from North Sea

Date: 29.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia plans new gas pipeline enabling supply from North SeaPhoto: GCA

Serbia is considering a new two-way south-north gas pipeline, linking Bulgaria and North Macedonia to Hungary, allowing it to receive gas from the North Sea, Dusan Bajatovic, CEO of Serbian TSO

Romania’s OMV Petrom secures funding for 55 MW of green H2

Date: 26.02.2024 Author: Yana Palagacheva
Romania’s OMV Petrom secures funding for 55 MW of green H2Photo: Roman Peklaj

Romania’s energy company OMV Petrom has obtained financing through the country’s national recovery plan for two green hydrogen production projects with a total capacity of 55 MW at the Petrobrazi



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