Journalist

Mihajlo Vujasin

BLOW project: pioneering 5 MW floating offshore wind turbine in Black Sea

BLOW project – pioneering 5 MW floating offshore wind turbine in Black Sea

03 February 2023 - Renewable energy company Eolink announced it is launching a 5 MW floating offshore wind project off the Bulgarian coast in the Black Sea

ESM is developing power plant projects with total capacity of 1.8 GW

03 February 2023 - ESM said it is developing 12 power plant projects with a total planned capacity of nearly 1.8 GW, which exceeds the current overall capacity

Ember: Wind and solar generate more electricity than gas in EU

Ember: Wind and solar generate more electricity than gas in EU

02 February 2023 - The share of wind and solar electricity production reached 20% in the European Union last year, surpassing fossil gas for the first time

Court of BiH annuls decision on illegal state aid for coal-based unit Tuzla 7

Court of BiH annuls ruling that state aid for coal plant Tuzla 7 was illegal

31 January 2023 - The Court of BiH annulled the ruling of the State Aid Council that loan guarantees for the Tuzla 7 coal power plant project were illegal

Second unit of Krško nuclear power plant projected to come online in 2035

27 January 2023 - The second unit in the Krško nuclear power plant could be in operation in 2035, but project permits are still pending

Slovenia to invest EUR 3.5 billion in power distribution system

Slovenia to invest EUR 3.5 billion in power distribution system

25 January 2023 - Slovenia intends to invest EUR 3.5 billion in the power distribution system by 2032 to overcome the challenges of the energy transition

Romania and Bulgaria agree to build two hydropower plants on Danube

23 January 2023 - Romania and Bulgaria have agreed to build two hydropower plants on the Danube, which should be operational within the next five to six years.

Apply for Energy Community Summer School 2023 in Belgrade

23 January 2023 - Applications for the Energy Community Summer School 2023 are now open. This year's summer school takes place in Belgrade, from August 19 to 26

Davos-2023

Davos 2023: Energy transition is a way out of gloomy global outlook

21 January 2023 - Clean technologies, renewable energy sources, and industry decarbonization should be the response to the current global crisis

Krško nuclear power plant extends operation for another 20 years

Krško nuclear power plant to extend operation for another 20 years

18 January 2023 - The Slovenian government has issued an environmental approval to extend the operating life of the Krško nuclear power plant until 2043

Romania plans to expand coal mine over 100 hectares of forests

Romania plans to expand coal mine over 100 hectares of forests

16 January 2023 - More than 100 hectares of forests in Romania's Gorj region could be cut down to expand a lignite mine.

North Macedonia is El Dorado for renewables

North Macedonia is El Dorado for renewables

14 January 2023 - The North Macedonian regulator issued 267 licenses for electricity production from renewables in 2022, averaging one per each working day

Three major investments for solar boom in Montenegro

Three investments in solar power announced in Montenegro

11 January 2023 - Three companies in Montenegro are preparing hundreds of millions of euros for solar power projects in Rožaje, Šavnik and Cetinje

Eco-activists on barricades defend village Lützerath in Germany from expansion of coal mines

German eco-activists on barricades defending village from coal mine expansion

10 January 2023 - Environmentalists have been opposing RWE and the local authority's plan for months to demolish the village of Lützerath to boost coal output

3 activist stories that marked 2022: public wake up call

Three activist stories that marked 2022: public wake-up call

31 December 2022 - Young climate activists across the planet are increasingly daring to draw attention to the climate...

Nuclear power makes comeback to Japan’s energy plans

24 December 2022 - Following plans to abandon nuclear power after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, Japan is now heading in a different direction

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