coal phaseout see region iea

Coal phaseout in SEE: countries have made pledges, but some are still silent

24 November 2022 - The list of 40 countries with the largest shares of coal-fired power plants in electricity production includes eight in this region

Slovenia s HSE appoints Viktor Vracar head troubled coal plant TES

Slovenia’s HSE appoints Viktor Vračar as head of troubled coal plant TEŠ

21 October 2022 - Slovenia's state-owned energy producer HSE is transferring Managing Director Viktor Vračar to the helm of its beleaguered coal power plant TEŠ

Lack of coal boosts Slovenias power import dependency 75

Lack of coal boosts Slovenia’s power import dependency to 75%

17 October 2022 - Thermal power plant TEŠ was shut down upon the recommendation of Slovenia's transmission system operator ELES to save coal for the winter

Serbia coal plant Kostolac B3 online September 2023

Serbia’s coal plant Kostolac B3 to come online in September 2023

07 October 2022 - Head of the Kostolac B3 project Željko Lazović said Serbia's power utility EPS would put the coal power unit into operation next September

German coal plant LEAG invest EUR 10 billion green energy

German coal plant operator LEAG to invest EUR 10 billion in green energy

05 October 2022 - LEAG is switching to wind and solar power, energy storage and sustainable mobility as Germany aims to phase out coal by 2038 or sooner

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

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

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

Bulgaria halts TPP Maritsa 3 over air pollution

Air pollution in TPP Maritsa 3 could lead to shutdown of all coal plants in Bulgaria

16 September 2022 - The plant is closed for exceeding the amount of SO2 and will remain closed until it meets the norms and standards

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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

heyden 4 coal power plant uniper restart

Germany’s Uniper to restart 875 MW coal power plant for 2022/2023 winter

23 August 2022 - Germany's Uniper is bringing the Heyden 4 coal power plant back on the market to help secure electricity during the upcoming winter

coal-projects

Energy crisis triggers new coal projects in Republic of Srpska, Serbia

22 August 2022 - Republic of Srpska plans a new unit at thermal power plant Gacko, as firm in Serbia eyes an underwater coal mining project

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