energy crisis

German firms lower, halt production due to high energy prices habeck

German firms reduce, halt production over high energy prices

01 September 2022 - The halting of production because of the high energy prices is seen by the German government as an alarming situation

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Turkey breaks record in solar, wind power output in July

01 September 2022 - Turkey's solar power plants generated a total of 2.07 billion kWh and wind power plants 4.2 billion kWh in July

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Serbia hikes power price for businesses

30 August 2022 - Electricity supplied to businesses by state power utility EPS will cost EUR 95 per MWh from September 1

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EU governments preparing market reforms to decouple power prices from gas

29 August 2022 - Austria, Belgium, and Germany believe market reforms are inevitable to weaken the prevailing influence of gas costs on electricity prices

Montenegro to follow Croatia's move, set to abolish VAT on solar panels

Following Croatia, Montenegro to abolish value added tax on solar panels

29 August 2022 - The Ministry of Economic Development and Tourism of Montenegro announced that it is preparing new measures to weaken the pressure of the energy crisis in the autumn

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Facades of government buildings set to go dark as Serbia readies power saving measures

29 August 2022 - Serbia plans to offer large discounts on electricity bills to households that cut their consumption compared to the same month a year earlier

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The Hague hopes to keep buying Russian gas after EU sanctions deadline

26 August 2022 - The Hague seeks a temporary exemption from the EU’s sanctions against Russia as it struggles to find a replacement for Gazprom’s gas

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EU countries set aside EUR 236 billion in past year to offset energy crisis

25 August 2022 - Measures to shield businesses and citizens against the rising energy prices range from tax breaks to direct financial aid

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Bulgarian gas thriller – between LNG tankers and payments in rubles

24 August 2022 - Bulgaria is looking to Azerbaijan and Turkey for additional gas supplies, as the caretaker government announces inevitable talks with Gazprom

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Record electricity, gas prices: steady supply in the Balkans will depend on coal power plants

24 August 2022 - Power prices rose due to gas price hikes, prompted by Gazprom’s announcement it will suspend Nord Stream 1 deliveries for three days

Croatia plans to expand LNG terminal on Krk island

23 August 2022 - Croatia is boosting its LNG capacity in a bid to strengthen gas supplies, while environmental organizations say the government is misleading the public

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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

Serbia to spend EUR 3 billion on energy imports next winter

Serbia to spend EUR 3 billion on energy imports next winter

22 August 2022 - The import of natural gas and electricity cost Serbia EUR 1.65 billion last winter

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Germany still on the fence about full nuclear shutdown

22 August 2022 - Economy Minister Robert Habeck says delaying the planned nuclear power plant shutdown would be the wrong move

Kosovo rolling blackouts power supply uncertainty in Western Balkans

Kosovo* imposes rolling blackouts amid power supply uncertainty in Western Balkans

19 August 2022 - Lignite shortage and poor hydrology are jeopardizing the security of electricity supply in the Western Balkans

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Serbia doesn’t have enough coal for winter, trade unionist from EPS warns

15 August 2022 - Power production in Serbia is at a critical point and the winter supply is uncertain, trade unionist Dragoslav Ljubičić claims

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