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Croatian HEP Puts First Ultra-Fast EV Charging Station Into Operation

Date: 17.02.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Croatian HEP Puts First Ultra-Fast EV Charging Station Into OperationPhoto: 

The Croatian state-owned power utility HEP has put into operation its first ultra-fast electric vehicle charging station, which enables full charging within 15 minutes. The 175 kW facility was opened

E-World 2020 in Pictures: The Future of Energy Supply

Date: 14.02.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik, Essen
E-World 2020 in Pictures: The Future of Energy SupplyPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

The future of energy supply was at the forefront of this year’s leading energy trade fair in Europe, E-world energy & water, where 800 exhibitors from 25 nations presented their products,

EC Approves EUR 53m Public Support Scheme for EV Charging Stations in Romania

Date: 11.02.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EC Approves EUR 53m Public Support Scheme for EV Charging Stations in RomaniaPhoto: MZOE

The European Commission has found Romania’s plans to support the creation of a network of recharging stations for electric vehicles (EVs) to be in line with EU State aid rules. According to the

EBRD to Provide Two Loans to Improve Public Transportation in BiH’s Sarajevo

Date: 06.02.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
EBRD to Provide Two Loans to Improve Public Transportation in BiH’s SarajevoPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is financing major investments to improve public transport in Sarajevo, with CO2 emission reductions likely to exceed 30% in an effort to

Study: Growing Demand for EVs and Reluctant Attitude Towards Autonomous Vehicles

Date: 22.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Study: Growing Demand for EVs and Reluctant Attitude Towards Autonomous VehiclesPhoto: MZOE

Electric vehicle (EV) demand is growing in the European Union (EU) due to “supportive environmental policies, big-brand bets, and shifting consumer attitudes”, according to the latest Deloitte

Slovenia’s New Draft NECP: The Decision on Second Nuclear Unit Due by 2027

Date: 16.01.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia’s New Draft NECP: The Decision on Second Nuclear Unit Due by 2027Photo: Roman Peklaj

By 2030, Slovenia will “diversify its electricity mix, raise the share of renewables in energy consumption and, to some degree, increase the use of natural gas in high-efficiency combined heat and

EU Needs 15 Times More EV Chargers by 2030 to Become Climate Neutral

Date: 09.01.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
EU Needs 15 Times More EV Chargers by 2030 to Become Climate NeutralPhoto: pixabay.com

“Some 3 million public charging points will be needed for 44 million electric vehicles in 2030 if the EU is to become climate neutral by 2050,” shows a report from the green campaign and research

Paravan: Understanding the Future Very Important in a Changing World

Date: 30.12.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Paravan: Understanding the Future Very Important in a Changing WorldPhoto: Siniša Kanižaj

“The world is changing at an increasingly faster pace and this trend is set to continue,” noted Dejan Paravan, Chief Innovation Officer at the Slovenian energy trader GEN-I, in a podcast published

Delta-EE: Clean Energy Package to Start Shaping the Energy Market in 2020

Date: 27.12.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Delta-EE: Clean Energy Package to Start Shaping the Energy Market in 2020Photo: Roman Peklaj

Three themes that are expected to dominate developments in the energy sector in 2020 are cleantech 2.0, a clash of giants over electric vehicles, and the Clean Energy Package (CEP) which will start

Romanian Competition Council Approves OMV Petrom’s Purchase of Petrol Stations

Date: 18.12.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Romanian Competition Council Approves OMV Petrom’s Purchase of Petrol StationsPhoto: www.pixabay.com

Romania’s Competition Council has approved a transaction by which OMV Petrom Marketing will take over the network of filling stations in Romania owned by Art Petrol. Following this transaction, OMV

Low-Carbon Approaches Could Cut CO2 Emissions in Transport by 80% by 2050

Date: 11.12.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Low-Carbon Approaches Could Cut CO2 Emissions in Transport by 80% by 2050Photo: Shutterstock

“In the last few years the power sector has made encouraging progress in reducing CO2 emissions through the increased use of renewable energy. However, transport is still responsible for around 30%

EC Approves EUR 3.2bn Public Support for Battery Projects in 7 Countries

Date: 11.12.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EC Approves EUR 3.2bn Public Support for Battery Projects in 7 CountriesPhoto: bellona.org

The European Commission has approved an important project of common European interest (IPCEI) under EU State aid rules, which was jointly notified by Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland


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