RES AND EE

Daily Balancing Market Would Lower Balancing Costs for RES Producers in BiH

Date: 14.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Daily Balancing Market Would Lower Balancing Costs for RES Producers in BiHPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The introduction of a daily balancing market in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) would result in greater power system stability, greater utilisation of secondary and tertiary regulation and, ultimately,

Cañete: Climate Neutrality Won’t Make Europe Energy Independent

Date: 14.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Cañete: Climate Neutrality Won’t Make Europe Energy IndependentPhoto: European Commission

Even after Europe’s energy supply is mostly supplied by renewable sources, “there is no realistic scenario in which Europe’s future will be all-electric or entirely energy independent”, wrote

Swedish Northvolt Raises Funding for Europe’s First Gigafactory

Date: 14.06.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Swedish Northvolt Raises Funding for Europe’s First GigafactoryPhoto: Pixabay

Northvolt, a Swedish supplier of sustainable battery cells and systems, has announced the agreement of a USD 1 billion (EUR 885.78 million) equity capital raising of funds to enable the establishment

RE-Source Calls on EU States to Remove Obstacles to Corporate PPAs

Date: 14.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
RE-Source Calls on EU States to Remove Obstacles to Corporate PPAsPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

The European Commission should urge EU member states to remove regulatory barriers to corporate renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs) in their national energy and climate plans as this could

North Macedonia Launches Tender for Construction of 35 MW PV Plants on State Land

Date: 13.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
North Macedonia Launches Tender for Construction of 35 MW PV Plants on State LandPhoto: Energetika.NET

The government of North Macedonia has launched a public call for the construction of photovoltaic power plants with a total installed capacity of 35 MW on state land, said the government earlier this

BP: Extreme Weather Boosted Energy Consumption in 2018

Date: 13.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
BP: Extreme Weather Boosted Energy Consumption in 2018Photo: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

“At a time when society is increasing its demands for an accelerated transition to a low carbon energy system, the energy data for 2018 paint a worrying picture, with both energy demand and carbon

Croatian HEP to Construct Two Solar Power Plants With a Capacity of 95 MW

Date: 12.06.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian HEP to Construct Two Solar Power Plants With a Capacity of 95 MWPhoto: Gorenje Solar

The Croatian state-owned power utility Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP) plans to construct a 60 MW solar power plant in the settlement of Obrovac Sinjski and a 35 MW solar power plant in the town of

50 MW Grebak Wind Park in Republika Srpska to Be Online in 2021

Date: 11.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
50 MW Grebak Wind Park in Republika Srpska to Be Online in 2021Photo: www.pixabay.com

The 50 MW Grebak wind park in the municipality of Nevesinje, a project valued at KM 120 million (EUR 61.4 million), will be completed and connected to the network in 2021, whilst a concession for

Slovenian HSE Group Generated a Loss of EUR 11.8m in 2018

Date: 11.06.2019 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Slovenian HSE Group Generated a Loss of EUR 11.8m in 2018Photo: Roman Peklaj

The Slovenian energy utility Holding Slovenske elektrarne (HSE) generated revenues of EUR 1.471 billion (EUR 1.587 billion in 2017) and a loss of EUR 11.8 million in 2018. According to Stojan

Paper: Climate Planning Processes in Energy Community Should be Consolidated

Date: 11.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Paper: Climate Planning Processes in Energy Community Should be ConsolidatedPhoto: www.pixabay.com

There is an overlap between many climate-related processes in all Energy Community contracting parties, offering opportunities for consolidation, noted the New Climate Institute (NCI) in a paper

Nazli Naseh, Montel-Foreks: Turkish Power Prices Expected to Steadily Increase

Date: 10.06.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Nazli Naseh, Montel-Foreks: Turkish Power Prices Expected to Steadily IncreasePhoto: personal archive

Although the slowing of economic growth and the tumbling Turkish lira have pushed Turkish companies into debt and there may still be some difficult times ahead, electricity demand is expected to grow

Hydrogen Gaining An Increasingly Important Role in Slovenia

Date: 10.06.2019 Author: Andreja Šalamun
Hydrogen Gaining An Increasingly Important Role in SloveniaPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik Volarič

The use of hydrogen will be necessary to entirely replace fossil fuels, wrote Frank Wouters, the former deputy director general of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), and Ad van Wijk,

  • Events

Subscribe to EN.NEWS

Receive En.news – energy news, interviews and commentaries. They will appear in your e-box every Tuesday and every Thursday, while every Wednesday you can receive our En.trading news. As Energetika.NET reader you will also be informed about energy events in Slovenia and SE Europe.

Your e-mail

SLO SEE & En.Trading news




Data will be used for receivers management and internal marketing research and will not be sold or distributed to third parties. By signing up for news, you are familiar with and agree with our Privacy Policy .
×

SUBSCRIBE TO EN.NEWS


Receive En.news – energy news, interviews and commentaries. They will appear in your e-box every Tuesday and every Thursday, while every Wednesday you can receive our En.trading news. As Energetika.NET reader you will also be informed about energy events



Email address






Data will be used for receivers management and internal marketing research and will not be sold or distributed to third parties.
By signing up for news, you are familiar with and agree with our general conditions.
×