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Solar boost in Croatia may spur price volatility – traders

Date: 26.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Solar boost in Croatia may spur price volatility – tradersPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia should see more power price volatility, especially in Q2, due to its interconnectedness with the European market and the scale-up of solar production by the country and its regional peers,

EBRD calls on W. Balkans to accelerate green transition

Date: 26.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EBRD calls on W. Balkans to accelerate green transitionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Western Balkans must accelerate the green transition, boost renewables and power grid investments and improve energy efficiency to help bolster resilience to future energy shocks and economic

Serbian Eps to invest EUR 5.4bn in renewables by 2030 – CEO

Date: 26.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbian Eps to invest EUR 5.4bn in renewables by 2030 – CEOPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Serbian power utility Eps plans to invest approximately EUR 5.4bn in renewables by 2030, two-thirds of which will be allocated for wind and solar projects, its acting CEO Dusan Zivkovic said over

BiH entities pledge to speed up power bourse set-up

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH entities pledge to speed up power bourse set-upPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Energy ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) two entities, the Federation BiH (FBiH) and Republika Srpska, pledged on Friday to accelerate work on a long-awaited national electricity law and

W. Balkan energy transition should safeguard nature – NGO

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
W. Balkan energy transition should safeguard nature – NGOPhoto: Montel

The EU must accelerate plans to enhance nature protection rules for energy infrastructure development in the Western Balkans to avoid public resistance to renewables, 36 civil society organisations

BiH Solar Energy files EIA request for 64.8 MW solar

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH Solar Energy files EIA request for 64.8 MW solarPhoto: Montel

Renewable energy developer Solar Energy has submitted a preliminary environmental impact assessment (EIA) request for a 64.8 MW solar farm to the ecology ministry of the Republika Srpska entity in

BiH firm to boost Plocno wind farm capacity to 79.2 MW

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH firm to boost Plocno wind farm capacity to 79.2 MWPhoto: Wpd Adria

The environment ministry of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Federation entity (FBiH) has revised local developer Energy 3’s environmental permit, allowing it to increase the capacity of the Plocno wind

Croatia sees record wind power output in January

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia sees record wind power output in JanuaryPhoto: Interenergo

Croatia saw record high wind power production of 294 GWh in January, while all renewables combined accounted for 77.2% of the country’s energy mix, according to the monthly analysis by the

Croatia grants energy approvals for 66.3 MW of solar

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia grants energy approvals for 66.3 MW of solarPhoto: Montel

Croatia’s economy ministry has granted energy approvals to five solar projects with a combined connected capacity of 66.3 MW, according to decisions posted on its website this week.

EU to miss 2050 climate targets by a decade – WoodMac

Date: 22.02.2024 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
EU to miss 2050 climate targets by a decade – WoodMacPhoto: Montel

The EU will fall short of its 2050 climate goal by nearly a decade without making immediate policy commitments and investments, consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Thursday.

German power prices could dive nearly a third by summer – Baywa

Date: 22.02.2024 Author: Julia Demirdag, Montel
German power prices could dive nearly a third by summer – BaywaPhoto: ACER

Germany’s front-year power contract could slide almost a third in value by the summer to around EUR 50/MWh amid current bearish fundamentals, said the managing director for energy trading at

Croatian GO prices hit 2-year low

Date: 22.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Croatian GO prices hit 2-year lowPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The prices of Croatian guarantees of origin (GOs) fell to the marginal level of EUR 0.91-1.07/MWh, their lowest in two years, at Thursday’s auction on the country’s Cropex power exchange.



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