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Italy s Cingolani Wholesale gas price cap necessary stop manipulation

Italy’s Cingolani: Wholesale gas price cap is necessary to stop manipulation

22 June 2022 - Italian Minister Roberto Cingolani said his country's proposal to limit wholesale gas prices in the EU is gaining support

Kosovo stake in gas fired power plant Albania

Kosovo* may buy stake in gas-fired power plant project in Albania

21 June 2022 - Kosovo* and Albania will jointly work on the LNG terminal project in Vlora and Kosovo* could invest in the planned gas-fired power plant there

Europe is firing up old coal plants to get through winter

Europe is firing up old coal plants to get through winter

20 June 2022 - Germany is getting retired coal plants back online as Gazprom's gas supply is dwindling while Italy may declare an emergency

Gas and nuclear’s green taxonomy prospects divided European institutions

Gas and nuclear’s green taxonomy prospects divided European institutions

16 June 2022 - MEPs opposed the European Commission’s plan to include nuclear energy and gas in the list...

Austria ban gas boilers new buildings next year

Austria to ban gas boilers in new buildings in 2023

15 June 2022 - Austria is phasing out fossil fuels in heating, starting with a ban on the installation of gas boilers in new buildings from next year

Renewables cornerstone Kosovo energy strategy 2031

Renewables are cornerstone of Kosovo* energy strategy through 2031

08 June 2022 - Kosovo* aims to boost its renewables capacity by 5.6 times within a decade to 1.4 GW including 100 MW from the prosumers segment

Croatia considering alternative fuels retired coal plant Plomin 1

Croatia examining alternative fuels for its retired coal plant Plomin 1

07 June 2022 - A consortium will determine the best solutions for using gas, biomass and waste in defunct thermal power plant Plomin 1 in Croatia

Romanian energy suppliers compensation price caps is liquidity

Romanian energy suppliers warn compensation for price caps is drying up their liquidity

02 June 2022 - The Romanian association of energy suppliers says some of its members may cease operations amid a lack of compensation for energy price caps

Wind, solar save Turkey USD 7 billion in last 12 months

Wind, solar save Turkey amazing USD 7 billion in last 12 months

27 May 2022 - Wind and solar power plants saved Turkey USD 7 billion over the last 12 months as it would have had to compensate for the shortfall with gas imports

Romania EUR 1 4 billion European funds grid solar gas

Romania to use EUR 1.4 billion of EU funds to strengthen its energy sector

27 May 2022 - The EU allowed Romania to use its share of the Modernisation Fund for the makeover of coal plant owner CE Oltenia and the electricity grid

Greece preparing rolling power outages Russia cuts off gas

Greece preparing for rolling power outages if Russia cuts off gas

24 May 2022 - If Russia stops delivering gas, Greece intends to impose rotating blackouts for energy-intensive industries

German year ahead power price holds near record Gazprom

German year-ahead power price holds near record amid disputes with Gazprom

13 May 2022 - German year-ahead electricity price held near yesterday's all-time high amid threats that Gazprom's gas deliveries to Europe would be cut

Romania 60 profits Black Sea offshore gas

New offshore law to bring Romania 60% of profits from Black Sea gas

13 May 2022 - With the amendments to its offshore law, Romania expects to kickstart investments in gas for its needs as it would have preemptive rights

Serbia protect vulnerable households jump energy prices

Serbia to protect vulnerable households from jump in energy prices

10 May 2022 - Serbia will adopt a decree to help 200.000 households to pay electricity bills and 50.000 will be able to get aid for heat costs, Minister Zorana Mihajlović said

European carbon prices tumble failing new highs gas drops

European carbon prices tumble, failing to scale new highs as gas drops

09 May 2022 - Recession fears spilled over to the EU's carbon market: the price dropped 5% per ton after challenging recent record highs

Bulgaria reviewing gas transit contracts Gazprom delivery suspension

Bulgaria reviewing gas transit contracts with Gazprom after delivery suspension

27 April 2022 - Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov said Gazprom's move is blackmail and that the government is reviewing all agreements, including the ones on transit

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