Journalist

Igor Todorović

EDP Renewables build wind park Romania buy renewable

EDP Renewables to build wind park in Romania, buy renewable energy projects

26 January 2022 - EDP Renewables advanced its wind power plant project of up to 70 MW in Galați while it is purchasing firms that develop wind and solar parks

Energy Community renewables certificates project accelerate energy transition

Energy Community starts renewables certificates project to help accelerate energy transition

26 January 2022 - The Energy Community Secretariat is creating an electronic system for guarantees of origin to enable consumers to choose green electricity

Albania to boost solar, wind capacity by ten times through 2023

Albania to boost solar, wind capacity by ten times through 2023

25 January 2022 - Albania's transmission system operator OST said wind and solar capacity connected to its network may reach a combined 220.4 MW next year

Half Slovenian firms risk collapse high energy costs

Nearly half of Slovenian firms risk collapse over high energy costs

24 January 2022 - Respondents in a poll conducted Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia expect energy expenses to jump 128% this year

Agora Faster decarbonization Western Balkans EU CO2 border tax

Agora: Faster decarbonization in Western Balkans would ease impact of EU’s CO2 border tax

21 January 2022 - The Western Balkans need to step up the integration of their power markets and roll out carbon pricing to avoid the CO2 border tax, Agora said

Serbia scraps spatial plan Rio Tinto lithium mining project permits

Serbia scraps spatial plan for Rio Tinto’s lithium mining project, all permits

20 January 2022 - The Government of Serbia annulled its decree on the spatial plan for Rio Tinto's lithium project and met all the environmentalists' demand, Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said

International institutions Serbia delay renewable energy law

International institutions urge Serbia not to delay implementation of renewable energy law

19 January 2022 - Reacting to demands from EMS and EPS, international institutions said altering the renewable energy law in Serbia could disappoint investors

Call postgrads young professionals apply for Energy Community Summer School

Call for postgrads, young professionals to apply for Energy Community Summer School

18 January 2022 - The Energy Community Secretariat is receiving applications for the 2022 Energy Community Summer School in Sarajevo, to be held in August

Romanian Commodity Exchange bilateral power supply contracts platform

Romanian Commodities Exchange to roll out platform for bilateral power supply contracts

17 January 2022 - Power purchase agreements were centralized within Romanian TSO Transelectrica's OPCOM market until a recent government directive

Western Balkans integrate markets easier energy transition funding

Western Balkans need to integrate markets for easier energy transition, funding

14 January 2022 - A joint approach makes funding green energy and the coal phaseout easier for the Western Balkans, but funding sources are still insufficient

Carbon capture projects failing still to play role energy transition

Carbon capture projects failing but still to play role in energy transition

14 January 2022 - The carbon capture technology is still experimental, but it may have a shot with a proper funding scheme and a functional market

Acting CEO Serbia power utility EPS quits outages Milorad Grcic

Acting CEO of Serbia’s power utility EPS quits after several major outages

12 January 2022 - Acting director of EPS Milorad Grčić resigned after five outages and fires in Serbia's coal power industry in the past month

Emergy Siemens Gamesa wind Romania

Emergy acquires Siemens Gamesa’s wind energy portfolio in Romania

10 January 2022 - Emergy took over Romanian subsidiaries of Siemens Gamesa that are developing wind park projects in Dobruja totaling almost 370 MW

China State Grid world biggest pumped storage hydropower plant Fengning

China’s State Grid puts world’s biggest pumped storage hydropower plant online

06 January 2022 - State Grid Corp. of China commissioned the first turbines in its 3.6 GW pumped storage hydropower plant, set to become the world's biggest

EPBiH 56 MW solar park coal plant ash slag dump Tuzla

EPBiH to build 56 MW solar park on coal plant’s ash, slag dump in Tuzla

05 January 2022 - State-owned energy utility EPBiH plans to install a photovoltaic plant of 56 MW at the site of an ash and slag dump at the Tuzla coal plant

NEA Severe air pollution Serbia 2021

NEA: Severe air pollution registered in Serbia in 2021

05 January 2022 - While the official report may not be published until September, NEA already issued an analysis of air pollution data in Serbia for last year

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