27 January 2021 - Montenegro is negotiating a new deadline for shutting down TPP Pljevlja, which has already used up its allocated 20,000 operating hours until 2023.
26 January 2021 - For the first time ever, the EU has produced more electricity in a year from renewable energy sources than from fossil fuels.
22 January 2021 - Investments must be raised by 50-70% in the 2020s, according to the landmark study conducted by industry bodies Eurelectric and E.DSO.
21 January 2021 - The coupling of Bulgaria’s day-ahead electricity market with those in Greece and Romania is expected this year, according to the Independent Bulgarian Energy Exchange (IBEX).
19 January 2021 - Due to outages of several transmission network elements, the area was split into two grid regions on January 8, from 14:05 to 15:08 CET.
19 January 2021 - The law does not allow anyone to serve as an acting director for more than a year, and he has been performing the duty for over four years.
19 January 2021 - The Energy Community Secretariat has sent letters to national authorities of six Contracting Parties urging...
15 January 2021 - Greece’s independent transmission system operator, IPTO, plans to invest EUR 4.1 billion over the next...
13 January 2021 - The initiative is led by the International Hydropower Association (IHA), the Albanian power utility KESH, and the Swiss SECO.
13 January 2021 - Slovenian energy group Petrol has completed the takeover of electricity supplier E3, a subsidiary of...
12 January 2021 - Elektromreža Srbije bought shares from small shareholders at the stock exchange for about EUR 7 million.
05 January 2021 - Montenegrin TSO pulled in EUR 11.6 million in revenues in 2020 from the commercial use of the power link between Montenegro and Italy.
05 January 2021 - State power utility EPBiH has adopted a three-year business plan that envisages investments of some EUR 850 million.
04 January 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy has published the starting points for the upcoming draft law and invited the public to submit suggestions.
30 December 2020 - Company plans construction of three wind farms, a 30 MW solar power plant, geothermal and pumped storage projects.
30 December 2020 - On January 1, Transelectrica will have a cross-border export capacity of 2.8 GW and the ability to import power at a volume of 3 GW