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Serbia signs agreement to explore nuclear potential

Date: 10.07.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia signs agreement to explore nuclear potentialPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The Serbian energy ministry on Wednesday inked an agreement to assess the possibility of deploying nuclear energy in the country, in an important step towards lifting its nuclear moratorium.

Romanian nuclear scaleup faces funding snag despite EC nod

Date: 08.07.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Romanian nuclear scaleup faces funding snag despite EC nodPhoto: Incont.ro

The scaleup of Romania’s Cernavoda nuclear power plant faces a major funding challenge despite the European Commission’s (EC) approval of its technical and safety aspects, Panos Kefala of the

Serbia to issue nuclear study tender

Date: 19.06.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia to issue nuclear study tenderPhoto: Simona Drevenšek

Serbia invited bids on Wednesday for a preliminary study on the technical requirements for building a nuclear power plant, the first step towards maiden nuclear technology that could be deployed in

New Slovenian waste disposal site should lower nuclear costs

Date: 07.06.2024 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Valerija Hozjan
New Slovenian waste disposal site should lower nuclear costsPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

Slovenia’s new radioactive waste disposal facility will significantly reduce the cost of waste disposal from the nuclear unit the country plans to build by 2040, the CEO of utility Gen Energija

Over half of Ukraine’s power capacity knocked out – Dtek

Date: 05.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Over half of Ukraine’s power capacity knocked out – DtekPhoto: Montel

Russia has destroyed 9 GW of Ukraine’s power generation capacity, more than half the country’s total, Maksym Timchenko, CEO of Ukrainian energy firm Dtek, told the Energy Community’s Electricity

Slovenia eyes 1.65 GW capacity for new Krsko nuclear unit

Date: 21.05.2024 Author: Peter Palčec, Valerija Hozjan
Slovenia eyes 1.65 GW capacity for new Krsko nuclear unitPhoto: GEN energija

A new unit set to be added to Slovenia’s Krsko nuclear power by 2040 could reach up to 1.65 GW capacity, the country’s power utility and investor in the project Gen Energija said on Tuesday.

SEE TSOs grapple to maintain system amid Hungary spot split

Date: 15.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
SEE TSOs grapple to maintain system amid Hungary spot splitPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The TSOs of southeast Europe (SEE) have recently struggled to maintain system security due to regional outages and grid constraints, several sources told Montel.

Hungarian spot decouples from SEE on outages, curtailments

Date: 14.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Hungarian spot decouples from SEE on outages, curtailmentsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The spread between Hungarian spot power and its southeast European peers has widened in recent sessions to nearly EUR 60/MWh on the back of outages and net transfer capacity (NTC) curtailments in

Hungary to continue pursuing nuclear energy – official

Date: 13.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Hungary to continue pursuing nuclear energy – officialPhoto: Paks NPP

Hungary will continue investing in nuclear energy as it sees it as the cheapest, safest and most efficient source of power, the country’s foreign and trade minister Peter Szijjarto said on Monday.

French EDF to help Serbia develop nuclear programme

Date: 08.04.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
French EDF to help Serbia develop nuclear programmePhoto: Pixabay

French state-owned power utility EDF will help Serbia develop a civilian nuclear programme, under which the Balkan country hopes to build its first nuclear reactor by 2035, Serbian president

Serbia to wait until 2030 to prioritise SMRs – expert

Date: 28.03.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia to wait until 2030 to prioritise SMRs – expertPhoto: NuScale

Serbia should wait until 2030 to prioritise small modular reactors (SMRs) based on recommendations from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), nuclear energy expert Djordje Lazarevic told

European banks reluctant to finance new nuclear – executives

Date: 22.03.2024 Author: Elise Wu, Montel
European banks reluctant to finance new nuclear – executivesPhoto: www.pixabay.com

European banks do not plan to fund the construction of new nuclear reactors due to the high risk of delays and cost overruns, bank executives told a Brussels conference.



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