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EDPR launches 35 MW Erimia wind farm in Greece

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EDPR launches 35 MW Erimia wind farm in GreecePhoto: 

Spain-based renewable energy developer EDP Renewables (EDPR) has launched its 35 MW Erimia wind farm in Greece’s central Malesina region, more than doubling its renewables portfolio in the country,

Croatia mulls law to expedite energy infrastructure roll-out

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia mulls law to expedite energy infrastructure roll-outPhoto: Montel

Croatia’s economy ministry is considering a special law aimed at speeding up construction of key energy infrastructure and countering the slow pace of local government decision-making, the state

Montenegro raises EUR 13m in CO2 credit auction

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro raises EUR 13m in CO2 credit auctionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Montenegro has raised nearly EUR 13m in an auction of vintage emission allowances for 2023, with the 225 MW Pljevlja coal-fired power plant operated by utility EPCG being the sole bidder, the

EPBiH gets MPs backing for EUR 25.1m EBRD solar loan (45 MW)

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EPBiH gets MPs backing for EUR 25.1m EBRD solar loan (45 MW)Photo: Montel

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) power utility EPBiH has received parliamentary approval for a EUR 25.1m loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), with which it plans to

Croatia ramps up solar roll-out with record 53 MW in May

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia ramps up solar roll-out with record 53 MW in MayPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Croatia added almost 150 MW of solar capacity by the end of May and a record 53 MW in May alone, DSO Hep-Ods deputy director Goran Slipac told a renewables conference in Pula on Thursday.

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

Croatia to subsidise battery storage as green target rises

Date: 13.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Croatia to subsidise battery storage as green target risesPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Croatia plans to use state aid to subsidise construction of battery energy storage systems with up to 100 MWh of capacity by 2026 amid negative prices and higher renewables targets, experts have told

EIB to help Bulgaria build 1.6 GW hydropower plant

Date: 13.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EIB to help Bulgaria build 1.6 GW hydropower plantPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is set to provide advisory services to Bulgarian utility Nek to help it build 1.6 GW of pumped-storage hydropower capacity seen as crucial to bolstering domestic and

New regulations reduce Serbian renewables grid requests

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Dušan Teleskovic
New regulations reduce Serbian renewables grid requestsPhoto: Montel

Data presented by the TSO Ems on Wednesday reveals that the number of grid connection requests in Serbia has dropped by 72% since September 2023 – from 21.8 GW to 6 GW – due to stricter

Hungary’s MVM sells half of power surplus offered at auction

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Hungary’s MVM sells half of power surplus offered at auctionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Hungarian state-owned energy firm MVM sold 87,600 MWh of baseload electricity for delivery in 2025 and 2026 on 12 June, which represents half of the offered volume, it has told Montel.

SEE Power – HU front month eases, near and front curve firms

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
SEE Power – HU front month eases, near and front curve firmsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Hungarian power for delivery in July eased day-on-day on Wednesday but increased from Monday’s close on June supply tightness and firmer gas prices, traders have told Montel.

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



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