Energy Crisis

Albania fine heads institutions cut power consumption

Albania to fine heads of institutions that don’t cut power consumption

06 October 2022 - The government must lead the way in cutting power consumption, Deputy Prime Minister of Albania Belinda Balluku said

High electricity prices threatens DSOs ability to secure reliable supply of consumers energy community

Energy Community DSOs: High electricity prices endanger reliable supply of consumers

05 October 2022 - DSOs are experiencing a severe liquidity crisis, according to the findings of the Coordination Group of the Energy Community DSOs

Wind turbine Siemens Gamesa lay off 10 workforce

Wind turbine giant Siemens Gamesa to lay off 10% of workforce

30 September 2022 - Delivery delays and the rise in material costs forced Siemens Gamesa to cut 2,900 jobs as part of its restructuring plan

Rama Biggest issue not electricity price availability

Rama: Biggest issue will not be electricity price but its availability

30 September 2022 - Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama called on citizens again to save electricity, saying it is not just about the financial cost

Gas interconnector Greece Bulgaria commercial operation October 1

Gas interconnector Greece-Bulgaria to start commercial operation on October 1

29 September 2022 - Greece and Bulgaria issued operating permits for the interconnector between the two countries' gas networks

Dodik ERS electricity fixed price investors Republic Srpska

Dodik: ERS to offer electricity at long-term fixed price to investors in Republic of Srpska

28 September 2022 - Serb leader in BiH Milorad Dodik said investors in the Republic of Srpska can get five-year PPAs from ERS at EUR 80 per MWh

PM Golob Slovenia EUR 5 billion ease energy crisis 2023

PM Golob: Slovenia earmarks EUR 5 billion to ease energy crisis in 2023

27 September 2022 - Slovenia will spend almost EUR 5 billion more to shield households and the economy from the energy crisis, Prime Minister Robert Golob said

Two coal plants Western Balkans offline malfunctions Kosovo a Pljevlja

Two coal plants in Western Balkans go offline due to malfunctions

27 September 2022 - Coal+ plants Pljevlja in Montenegro and Kosovo A broke down, adding to concerns about the possibility of blackouts in the region

Two four European Sustainable Energy Awards Southeastern Europe

Two of four European Sustainable Energy Awards go to Southeastern Europe

26 September 2022 - Timea Farkas is the Young Energy Trailblazer at European Sustainable Energy Awards and the Minoan Energy Community won in the Local Energy Action category

EU Commissioner Simson this year EUSEW most important so far

EU Commissioner Simson: This year’s EUSEW is most important one so far

26 September 2022 - The European Sustainable Energy Week – EUSEW started today with top EU officials urging for a faster energy transition

Subsidize energy savings, not gas, electricity prices - analysis CEPS

Governments should subsidize energy savings, not gas, electricity prices – analysis

22 September 2022 - The analysis Why Gas Price Cap and Consumer Subsidies Are Both Extremely Costly and Ultimately Futile was prepared by CEPS

Rizvanolli asks citizens Kosovo if they are willing to pay for power imports

Rizvanolli asks citizens in Kosovo* if they are willing to pay for power imports

22 September 2022 - Minister Artane Rizvanolli proposed a public debate on how much citizens in Kosovo* are willing to pay for electricity imports amid shortages

Serbia won’t increase power prices for businesses - Prime Minister brnabic

Serbia won’t increase power prices for businesses – Prime Minister Brnabić

21 September 2022 - She commented on rumors that the government would raise the price from the current EUR 95 to EUR 120 per megawatt-hour

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EU to cap revenue for electricity producers at EUR 180 per MWh

14 September 2022 - Ursula von der Leyen presented measures to bring down power prices including and decouple the dominant influence of gas in the sector

UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report green energy way out climate change woes

UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report – green energy is way out of climate change woes

14 September 2022 - Renewable energy and energy savings are key solutions for mitigating climate change, REN21 and UNECE said ahead of the release of their report

EU fails to agree price cap on Russian gas

EU fails to agree price cap on Russian gas

10 September 2022 - EU energy ministers achieved little progress with regard to plans for a price cap on Russian gas

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