Energy Community power decarbonization crucial Western Balkans

EnC Energy Transition Tracker: 61% of power output in WB6 still comes from fossil fuels

09 February 2021 - The Energy Transition Tracker points to slow energy transition momentum and the decarbonization challenge in electricity production and transportation.

Coal pollution Turkey annual health costs EUR 10 9 billion

Coal pollution in Turkey brings annual health costs of up to EUR 10.9 billion

08 February 2021 - Air pollution from coal power plants in Turkey kills almost 5,000 people prematurely and leads to 3,000 preterm births every year

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Energy Community warns BiH, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Serbia over coal plant emissions

05 February 2021 - Four Energy Community contracting parties in the Western Balkans are under pressure to bring air pollution from coal power plants under control

Germany abolish renewables surcharge power consumers

Germany plans to abolish renewables surcharge paid by power consumers

05 February 2021 - Within five years, the item in electricity bills for stimulating green power in Germany could be scrapped. An average family now pays EUR 413 per year

Sostanj waste incineration thermal power

Šoštanj municipality rejects waste incineration plan for thermal power plant

02 February 2021 - TEŠ's project to add SRF waste to the coal that it burns in the Šoštanj thermal power plant hit a wall at the municipal council

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Renewables overtake fossil fuels in EU power generation for first time ever

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.

Petrol completes takeover of electricity supplier E3

13 January 2021 - Slovenian energy group Petrol has completed the takeover of electricity supplier E3, a subsidiary of...

Romania's Transelectrica double border transmission

Romania’s Transelectrica to double cross-border power transmission capacity

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

Greece tests Peloponnese Crete link world's longest undersea AC cable

Greece tests Peloponnese-Crete link – world’s longest undersea AC cable

25 December 2020 - Crete's first interconnection with the mainland, via the Peloponnese, was successfully tested. It is the world's longest alternating current cable system

TPP Ugljevik desulfurization unit offline operation permit

TPP Ugljevik takes desulfurization unit offline on lack of operation permit

24 December 2020 - The Ugljevik coal complex has lifted its power prices due to the new desulfurization unit, but it can't regularly work without an operation permit

First floating solar power plant Greece

First floating solar power plant project initiated in Greece

22 December 2020 - PPC Renewables plans to install floating solar power plants with 50 MW in total, starting with a project on one of the largest lakes in Greece

Professors coal uncompetitive, energy transition accelerate

Professors say coal already uncompetitive, energy transition must accelerate in region

22 December 2020 - Energy transition into renewables is necessary and more cost effective even than to maintain coal thermal power plants, the academic community claims

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