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Slovenia to install solar power plants along highways

24 July 2023 - The first project will be implemented by Soške Elektrarne Nova Gorica and Družba za Avtoceste v Republiki Sloveniji

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BiH’s TPP Ugljevik must pay EUR 67 million to Slovenia for investment dispute from Yugoslavia

20 July 2023 - Slovenian firm EGS-RI has invested in the construction of coal plant Ugljevik, which failed to compensate for it with electricity

Slovenia ELES call grid loss reduction solutions

Slovenia’s ELES issues call for grid loss reduction solutions

13 July 2023 - Slovenia's electricity transmission system operator ELES is receiving project proposals for reducing losses in the grid until September 15

Slovenia regulates locations renewables law accelerates permitting

Slovenia regulates locations for renewables with new law, accelerates permitting

10 July 2023 - Slovenia's new law regulates the determination of suitable areas for wind and solar power plants and the priority areas for PV systems

Slovenia adopts new spatial strategy to pave way for nuclear reactors, SMRs

05 July 2023 - Slovenia has adopted a new spatial planning strategy until 2050, which allows for building small modular reactors and expanding the Krško nuclear power plant

JEK2 Second unit Slovenia Krsko nuclear power plant cost EUR 11 billion

Second unit of Slovenia’s Krško nuclear power plant to cost up to EUR 11 billion

27 June 2023 - Slovenia is speeding up the JEK2 nuclear project in Krško, aiming to complete it by 2037, Prime Minister Robert Golob said


HESS opens Slovenia’s biggest solar power plant as part of Brežice hybrid system

23 June 2023 - The Brežice solar power plant consists of about 13,200 photovoltaic panels, and will generate 6.84 GWh of electricity a year

Slovenia HSE 800 MW solar power 2030

Slovenia’s HSE targets 800 MW of solar power by 2030

31 May 2023 - HSE has small solar power plants with an overall capacity of under 10 MW, but it is aiming at 800 MW more by the end of the decade

Interenergo Group enhance energy efficiency three Serbian municipalities

Interenergo Group to enhance energy efficiency in three Serbian municipalities

11 May 2023 - Interenergo Group launched three public lighting renovation projects in Serbia in the past month – in Čoka, Odžaci and Bač

Interenergo renovate public lighting system Coka Serbia

Interenergo Group to renovate public lighting system in Čoka in Serbia

21 April 2023 - Slovenian firm Interenergo concluded a contract with the Municipality of Čoka in Serbia on the renovation of its public lighting system

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Gorazd Pfeifer is new president of management board of Krško NPP

12 April 2023 - The president of the management board of the nuclear power plant is nominated by Slovenia's state-owned power utility GEN Energija

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Slovenia, Albania to install solar power plants at army properties

03 April 2023 - Both Albania and Slovenia intend to look for private investors for solar power plants at their army facilities

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Interenergo to install another 1.5 MW in rooftop photovoltaics for cement maker Salonit Anhovo

27 March 2023 - Salonit plans to independently cover 40% of the electricity needs of its production facilities in 2025, from renewables

Slovenia solar power prices 100 MWh subsidies

Slovenia picks solar power projects for subsidies with prices above 100 per MWh

08 March 2023 - Slovenia included 36 photovoltaic projects in its support scheme through the Energy Agency's latest public call

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Enery wins local support for solar power project between roads in Slovenia

06 March 2023 - The Municipality of Divača in Slovenia agreed to back a solar power project in exchange for access to cheaper electricity

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Slovenia exports waste to Balkans, Asia

24 February 2023 - The largest quantities of scrap metals were sent to Turkey, plastics were sold mostly to Asian countries while RDF ended predominantly in BiH

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