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Romanian Nuclearelectrica's operating profit up 16.5% in Q1

Date: 14.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Nuclearelectrica's operating profit up 16.5% in Q1Photo: Incont.ro

Romanian Nuclearelectrica’s operating profit rose 16.5% in the first quarter of the year due to higher income from power sales, said the operator of the Cernavoda nuclear plant on Friday.

Retiring 100 GW nuclear capacity by 2040 may threaten supply

Date: 14.05.2021 Author: Laurence Walker, Montel
Retiring 100 GW nuclear capacity by 2040 may threaten supplyPhoto: Rosatom

More than 100 GW of nuclear capacity is due to retire over the coming 20 years, representing a threat to energy security, nuclear lobby groups said on Friday.

Nuclear to remain dominant power source in Bulgaria until 2030 – GlobalData

Date: 13.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Nuclear to remain dominant power source in Bulgaria until 2030 – GlobalDataPhoto: www.kznpp.org

Nuclear power will remain the dominant source for power generation in Bulgaria until 2030, despite government plans to transition to renewables, said the data and analytics company GlobalData on

Croatian HEP’s operating profit up 27.4% in 2020

Date: 07.05.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian HEP’s operating profit up 27.4% in 2020Photo: Energetika.NET archive

The Croatian state-owned power utility HEP increased its operating profit by 27.4% in 2020 to HRK 2.16bn (EUR 286.6m), due to lower costs of power purchase and fuel.

Romania to shut down one nuclear unit on 9 May

Date: 06.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Romania to shut down one nuclear unit on 9 MayPhoto: Incont.ro

Unit 2 of the Romanian Cernavoda nuclear plant will be shut down during the morning of 9 May to perform a planned overhaul, said the plant’s operator Nuclearelectrica.

Slovenia’s nuclear plant back online

Date: 05.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia’s nuclear plant back onlinePhoto: Simona Drevenšek

Slovenia’s Krško nuclear power plant (NPP) was reconnected to the electricity system this morning after an overhaul that began on 1 April.

High CO2 price to cause pre-2033 closure of Slovenia’s coal plant - Eles CEO

Date: 04.05.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
High CO2 price to cause pre-2033 closure of Slovenia’s coal plant - Eles CEOPhoto: 

High EU carbon prices, which topped EUR 50/t on Tuesday, are likely to cause the Slovenian Šoštanj coal plant to close “much earlier” than 2033, says the head of Slovenian electricity TSO, Eles.

International exchanges are a cornerstone of nuclear safety; challenges when introducing new

Date: 15.04.2021 Author: Valerija Hozjan
International exchanges are a cornerstone of nuclear safety; challenges when introducing new techPhoto: Martin Kerin

When it comes to achieving nuclear safety, the key thing is to continually check and improve the safety – and the best and cheapest way to do this is to learn from the mistakes of others, noted the

Country Heads Calling for a Level-Playing Field For Nuclear Power

Date: 26.03.2021 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Country Heads Calling for a Level-Playing Field For Nuclear PowerPhoto: NEK

The prime ministers/presidents of seven countries are calling on the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and several other commissioners to ensure that the EU energy and

Study: Renewables Will Not Be Enough for Europe to Meet Its 2050 Climate Goal

Date: 11.02.2021 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Study: Renewables Will Not Be Enough for Europe to Meet Its 2050 Climate GoalPhoto: www.pixabay.com

According to a new study commissioned by a coalition of centrist and conservative MEPs, renewables will not be enough for Europe to meet its 2050 climate neutrality goal. Instead, the EU will need a

Martin Novšak, Slovenia’s GEN energija: NPPs Boost Power Grid Stability

Date: 01.02.2021 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Martin Novšak, Slovenia’s GEN energija: NPPs Boost Power Grid StabilityPhoto: Energetika.NET

The Slovenian GEN Group’s total planned investment for 2021 amounts to EUR 105 million, whereas the construction of unit 2 of the Krško nuclear power plant (the Krško 2 NPP) remains its key

Leon Cizelj, JSI: Reactors Could Have Lifespans of Up to 100 Years

Date: 19.01.2021 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Leon Cizelj, JSI: Reactors Could Have Lifespans of Up to 100 YearsPhoto: Energetika.NET

The lifespans of research reactors – not unlike power reactors or cars – could be, “technically speaking, almost endless”, says Leon Cizelj, the Head of the Reactor Engineering Division at the



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