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EVs, Batteries, and Stabilised Renewables for a Stable Power System

Date: 20.10.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
EVs, Batteries, and Stabilised Renewables for a Stable Power SystemPhoto: Roman Peklaj

German spot power prices have recently exceeded 200 EUR/MWh (an 8-year high) due to a lack of wind (10 GW below normal values) and reduced conventional capacity. This example shows that in the future

Charging 40m EVs in Europe Will Require 100 TWh of Green Electricity

Date: 07.10.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Charging 40m EVs in Europe Will Require 100 TWh of Green ElectricityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

One hundred TWh of green electricity will be needed to charge the 40 million electric vehicles (EVs) that are expected to be on the road in Europe by 2030, said Lioudmila Simon, Head of Networked

Decarbonising Transport and Industry Will Require Different Renewable Solutions

Date: 06.10.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Decarbonising Transport and Industry Will Require Different Renewable SolutionsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

With renewables now the most cost-effective option for new power generation in much of the world, the significantly increased use of renewable electricity in the end-use sectors of transport,

Electrification Still Needs to be Prioritised Over Deployment of Green Hydrogen

Date: 30.09.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Electrification Still Needs to be Prioritised Over Deployment of Green HydrogenPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“I believe that green hydrogen will play an important role, since there are sectors that will not be able to be decarbonised through electrification alone. However, from the current hydrogen

Serbia Considering Subsidising Conversion of Cars to Natural Gas

Date: 24.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbia Considering Subsidising Conversion of Cars to Natural GasPhoto: arhiv Petrola

The Serbian Ministry of Environmental Protection is considering the possibility of subsidising the conversion of new and used cars to natural gas next year in order to reduce exhaust pollution,

EU’s Raised Climate Ambitions to 2030 to Focus on Buildings and Power Sector

Date: 22.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EU’s Raised Climate Ambitions to 2030 to Focus on Buildings and Power SectorPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Meeting the proposed 55% greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction target by 2030 will require “significant additional investment, to decarbonise power generation, industry and transport, and to

MEPs Vote to Include Maritime Transport in EU ETS

Date: 18.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
MEPs Vote to Include Maritime Transport in EU ETSPhoto: UMAS London

The European Parliament voted on Wednesday to include CO2 emissions from the sector in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) in order to decarbonise maritime transport, said the Parliament in a press

Eurelectric: 80% of EU’ Electricity Could Be Fossil-free By 2030

Date: 15.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Eurelectric: 80% of EU’ Electricity Could Be Fossil-free By 2030Photo: Roman Peklaj

Regardless of whether the European economy will face a prolonged economic crisis or a fast recovery, as much as 80% of the EU’s electricity could be fossil-free by 2030, said Kristian Ruby, the

OMV Petrom and Enel X to Install 10 Fast Recharging EV Stations in Romania

Date: 10.09.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
OMV Petrom and Enel X to Install 10 Fast Recharging EV Stations in RomaniaPhoto: pixabay.com

The Romanian gas and oil producer OMV Petrom and Enel X Romania, a member of Enel X, the division of advanced energy services of the Enel Group, will install 10 fast recharging stations for electric

Timmermans: EU Carbon Market Not Right Policy for Cars

Date: 10.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Timmermans: EU Carbon Market Not Right Policy for CarsPhoto: European Commission

Carbon-trading permits were not the right way to curb emissions in the car-making sector, said Frans Timmermans, the EU Commission’s vice-president in charge of climate action, in an online NGO

EU Adds Lithium to Critical Raw Materials List

Date: 04.09.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EU Adds Lithium to Critical Raw Materials ListPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Commission presented an action plan on critical raw materials on Thursday, the 2020 list of critical raw materials, and a foresight study on critical raw materials for strategic

Residential Flexibility From EV Critical For RES Integration

Date: 20.08.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Residential Flexibility From EV Critical For RES IntegrationPhoto: pixabay.com

“Residential flexibility from electric vehicles (EV) is critical to integrating the increased amount of renewable energy needed in the system to achieve net zero. This flexibility is on the cusp of



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