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Albania tells state institutions to save power or face fines

Date: 05.10.2022 Author: Montel
Albania tells state institutions to save power or face finesPhoto: Montel

The Albanian government has told all state institutions that they must consume 15% less power than they did last year or face penalties, energy minister Belinda Balluku said on Wednesday.

Montenegro’s 54.6 MW Gvozd wind farm to go online in 2024

Date: 05.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro’s 54.6 MW Gvozd wind farm to go online in 2024Photo: Montel

Montenegro’s power utility EPCG expects to obtain a construction permit and sign a loan deal for the long-awaited 54.6 MW Gvozd wind farm project by the end of December, it told Montel on Wednesday.

Serbian EPS starts renovating last turbine at Djerdap 1 HPP

Date: 04.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian EPS starts renovating last turbine at Djerdap 1 HPPPhoto: EPS

The modernisation and renovation of the Djerdap 1 hydropower plant’s sixth and last generator, which has a nominal capacity of 176.3 MW, began in September, Serbia’s power utility EPS states in

Steag and LSG to build 116 MWp of solar capacity in Bulgaria

Date: 04.10.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Steag and LSG to build 116 MWp of solar capacity in BulgariaPhoto: Montel

Germany’s Steag Solar Energy Solutions (Sens) and the Austrian LSG Group will start building another 50 MWp solar farm in Bulgaria this November, after successfully completing the first 66 MWp solar

Serbian utility confirms 628 MW capacity of Bistrica hydro plant

Date: 04.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian utility confirms 628 MW capacity of Bistrica hydro plantPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The planned Bistrica reversible hydropower plant will have four turbines with 157 MW of capacity each for a total capacity of 628 MW, the Serbian power utility EPS stated in its September newsletter.

Serbia, N. Macedonia call for EU solidarity in tackling energy crisis

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia, N. Macedonia call for EU solidarity in tackling energy crisisPhoto: Montel

The presidents of Serbia and North Macedonia have urged the European Commission to include the Western Balkans in the EU emergency energy market intervention regulation, which will help countries

Albania spends EUR 34m to secure imported electricity for October

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Montel
Albania spends EUR 34m to secure imported electricity for OctoberPhoto: Montel

Albania’s power utility Kesh has secured 75,500 MWh of electricity at a total price of EUR 34m for the month of October to avoid depleting hydropower water reserves before winter, it said on Monday.

Albanian regulator proceeds with power price hike

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Montel
Albanian regulator proceeds with power price hikePhoto: Montel

Albania’s energy regulator ERE will proceed with a planned power price hike for those consuming more than 800 kWh per month despite an earlier statement by the Albanian prime minister that this

European PPA prices double year on year – Pexapark

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Rachael Burnett, Montel
European PPA prices double year on year – PexaparkPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Power purchase agreement (PPA) prices in Europe doubled year on year amid high wholesale energy costs and market volatility, said renewables specialist Pexapark on Monday.

Romanian OEC to add 450 MW of solar at former coal sites

Date: 03.10.2022 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Romanian OEC to add 450 MW of solar at former coal sitesPhoto: Montel

The Romanian oil and gas company OMV Petrom and coal-based power producer Oltenia Energy Complex (OEC) will jointly build 450 MW of solar capacity on former mining sites, OMV Petrom said on Monday.

Republika Srpska extends tender for prosumers until 15 October

Date: 30.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Republika Srpska extends tender for prosumers until 15 OctoberPhoto: Montel

ERS, the power utility of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Republika Srpska entity, has extended a public call inviting 50,000 households to sign prosumer contracts, its spokeswoman told Montel on

Wind power share in Montenegro’s electricity mix hits 40%

Date: 30.09.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Wind power share in Montenegro’s electricity mix hits 40%Photo: Montel

Montenegro on Thursday generated more than 40% of its electricity with its two wind farms, ranking fourth in Europe based on its share of wind power, according to the WindEurope association’s data.



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