Slovenia's coal power plant TES to generate EUR 870 loss by 2030

Slovenia’s coal power plant TEŠ to generate EUR 870 million loss by 2030

10 May 2021 - The closure of Šoštanj power plant could be inevitable even before 2033, currently the most optimistic scenario for Slovenia’s coal phaseout. 

Greece 2 6 MW solar power Mount Athos monasteries

Greece to build 2.6 MW in solar power in Mount Athos monasteries

07 May 2021 - The Monastic Republic of Mount Athos in Greece will be equipped with 21 photovoltaic units, covering 17 out of 20 monasteries

EU 2030 renewables share target at least 38

EU preparing to lift 2030 renewables share target to at least 38%

06 May 2021 - The draft changes to the Renewable Energy Directive envisage an upgrade for the 2030 share of renewables in the energy mix to between 38% and 40%

Greek energy industry EUR 2.5 billion green hydrogen

Greek energy industry unites in EUR 2.5 billion green hydrogen project

04 May 2021 - Gas, oil and construction companies joined forces with research institutions in Greece and foreign partners in the development of the White Dragon

Greece coal phaseout deadline 2025 2028

Greece pushes coal phaseout deadline to 2025 from 2028

29 April 2021 - Coal-fired thermal power plant Ptolemaida 5, the last of its kind in Greece, is set to be converted to gas in 2025, three years earlier than planned

Solar, wind can meet world energy demand 100 times over

Solar, wind can meet world energy demand 100 times over

28 April 2021 - The emerging countries have the greatest potential which could allow them to break energy dependence, secure cheap energy to all citizens, and create local jobs.

eu emissions trading 2020

EU ETS covered emissions record biggest drop in six years

23 April 2021 - Greenhouse gas emissions from operators covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) fell by 13.3% in 2020 compared to 2019.

TPP-Pljevlja-infringement

Energy Community opens infringement procedure against Montenegro over TPP Pljevlja

21 April 2021 - The Energy Community has launched an infringement procedure against Montenegro for continuing to operate TPP Pljevlja despite the expiry of the opt-out period.

Serbia adopts four laws on energy mining

Serbia adopts four laws on energy, mining

21 April 2021 - The National Assembly has endorsed the law on renewables, the law on energy efficiency, the law on energy and the law on mining.

Five renewable energy firms stock market Turkey

Five renewable energy firms preparing to enter stock market in Turkey

20 April 2021 - The Istanbul Stock Exchange is about to add five companies from the renewable energy sector, as they decided to tap on massive investor interest

ELES-CEO-Slovenia-coal-phaseout-date-Aleksander-Mervar

ELES CEO: Slovenia must set coal phaseout date as soon as possible

19 April 2021 - Slovenia's only coal-fired thermal power plant TEŠ is on track to lose up to EUR 150 million this year, CEO of ELES Aleksander Mervar said

Investors standing in line to join solar boom in Serbia

Investors standing in line to join solar boom in Serbia

14 April 2021 - The Law on Renewable Energy Sources will open the door for a solar boom, and substantial capacities can be installed very fast, keynote speakers said at the First Big Conference on Solar Energy in Serbia

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