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Croatia ends backlog, steps up energy permitting – official

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia ends backlog, steps up energy permitting – officialPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia’s economy ministry has cleared a two-year backlog of energy permit applications and granted 175 energy approvals for almost 3.6 GW of capacity, ministry official Sanja Ivelj said on

Renewables uptake doubles SEE negative price hours in 2024

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Renewables uptake doubles SEE negative price hours in 2024Photo: Roman Peklaj

The southeast European (SEE) region recorded the same number of negative price hours until June as it did in the whole of 2023 due to increasing renewables usage, according to energy expert Marin

Tumbling capture rates turn PPA attention to batteries

Date: 11.06.2024 Author: Kelly Paul, Montel
Tumbling capture rates turn PPA attention to batteriesPhoto: Montel

A sharp fall in the share of revenues renewable energy projects can capture from wholesale power prices has prompted a flurry of interest in hybrid power purchase agreements (PPAs) that involve

Flexibility aggregator eyes growth in Greek balancing market

Date: 04.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Flexibility aggregator eyes growth in Greek balancing marketPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Independent flexibility aggregator Sympower is seeking to boost demand-side flexibility (DSF) in Greece, southeast Europe’s largest energy balancing market, it has told Montel.

Digital-ready grid key for Europe’s decarbonisation – lobby

Date: 23.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Digital-ready grid key for Europe’s decarbonisation – lobbyPhoto: Montel

Regulation and a skills shortage hamper the build-out of the digitalised distribution grid required to absorb decentralised renewable assets, a study by Europe’s power sector lobby Eurelectric

Croatian firm aims to build 400 MW aquavoltaic plant by 2027

Date: 09.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian firm aims to build 400 MW aquavoltaic plant by 2027Photo: Montel

Croatian developer Energovizija has begun the permitting process for a 400 MW aquavoltaic plant in eastern Croatia, which it aims to complete by 2027, one of its managers has told Montel.

Enna to start geothermal drilling in Croatia by September

Date: 07.05.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Enna to start geothermal drilling in Croatia by SeptemberPhoto: oie.hr

Croatian energy company Enna should be able start to drilling exploitation wells at the Slatina 2 geothermal field for its planned 20 MW Zagocha power plant by the end of August, it said on Tuesday.

Czech developer eyes 185 MWh storage at BiH solar site

Date: 30.04.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Czech developer eyes 185 MWh storage at BiH solar sitePhoto: Merkur

Czech renewables developer Woodburn Capital Partners plans to add a 185 MWh battery storage facility to its future 92.5 MW Orlovac solar farm in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s southwestern Tomislavgrad

Croatian municipality eyes 2027 for a 15 MW geothermal plant

Date: 23.04.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian municipality eyes 2027 for a 15 MW geothermal plantPhoto: AZU

Croatian company Bukotermal aims to complete the construction of a 15 MW geothermal plant in the north-western part of the country by 2027, it was confirmed to Montel late on Monday.

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

Storage batteries to help Kosovo balance grid – experts

Date: 28.03.2024 Author: Uran Haxha
Storage batteries to help Kosovo balance grid – expertsPhoto: Merkur

Kosovo’s future energy storage batteries with a capacity of 170 MW will be crucial to improving the efficiency of its TSO Kostt in providing grid balancing services, energy experts told Montel on

Adequate price signal key to W. Balkan power market design

Date: 22.03.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Adequate price signal key to W. Balkan power market designPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Western Balkans needs to set an adequate price signal while transposing the EU electricity integration package if it wants to attract investors with flexibility services, market participants said.



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