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BiH ready to harvest the power of Wind

By   /  20/01/2017  /  BA Energy, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Energy, Headlines  /  No Comments

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After many years of negotiations, missed opportunities and attempts to find the right place for a wind farm, which will be the first electric power plant on this energy in BiH, it seems that all problems are finally solved and that the country will begin to exploit renewable sources to produce electric power. The first […]

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Bulgaria, Serbia sign gas interconnector memorandum

By   /  19/01/2017  /  BG Energy, BG Politics, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia  /  No Comments

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Bulgaria and Serbia energy ministers signed on January 19 a memorandum of understanding on the construction of the interconnector pipeline between the two countries. The document underscored the political will in the two countries to build the pipeline, Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenouzhka Petkova said in a statement. The project was a key component of Bulgaria’s […]

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Albania will turn into an exporter of power supply

By   /  19/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  No Comments

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Minister Gjiknuri in Singapore: Invest in Albania During a visit held in Singapore, as part of a delegation led by PM Edi Rama, Minister of Energy and Industry, Mr. Damian Gjiknuri addressed a speech in front of investors in the Forum of Trade and Investments Singapore-Albania. Stopping on the domain of energy, minister Gjiknuri said […]

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20 million euro loan for Albania-FYROM power line

By   /  18/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  No Comments

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Albanian parliament has ratified the agreement between Albania and Germany for the funding of the energy line that connects Albania to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. According to this agreement, government of Germany enables the Albanian side to receive a loan from KFW bank at a value of up to 20 million euros. This […]

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Kosovo is awaiting the new thermal power plant

By   /  17/01/2017  /  Energy, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  No Comments

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The postponement of the construction of the new thermal power plant “New Kosovo”, a project which has started over a decade ago, continues to keep “Kosovo A” thermal power plant in use, although this plant has been considered as the biggest environment polluter. Due to its age and inability to reduce pollution levels, the thermal […]

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Price of electric power peaks to EUR 100/MWh on the OPCOM spot market

By   /  16/01/2017  /  Energy, RO Energy, Romania  /  No Comments

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The price of electric power on the OPCOM spot market has peaked to RON 449 (EUR 100)/MWh Monday morning, during the interval 9.00h-10.00h, similar to the one on the markets in Hungary, Slovakia and Czech Republic, according to the OPCOM website. The development is the result of the huge increase in consumption in Romania during […]

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Consumption of power supply increases as a result of the low temperatures

By   /  16/01/2017  /  Energy, F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, MK Energy  /  No Comments

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FYROM will not have problems with power supply, in spite of the growth of consumption. This was declared by the power supply distribution company “ELEM”. The head of this company, Hristijan Micevski said that the low temperatures have increased consumption, but according to him, in spite of the challenges that may emerge, power supply will […]

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Gov’t Oks decision allowing ban of energy exports in crisis situations. Transelectrica: Energy crisis, imminent

By   /  13/01/2017  /  Energy, RO Energy, RO Social, Romania, Social  /  No Comments

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The government approved on Thursday during the ordinary sitting a decision allowing the ban of electricity exports during crisis situations, in force from January 16-February 15, the Ministry of Energy informs. According to a release, Energy Minister Toma Petcu presented on Thursday an analysis regarding the functioning of the National Energy System following six days […]

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Bulgaria halts electricity exports on January 13 as winter cold bites

By   /  12/01/2017  /  BG Energy, BG Social, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, Social  /  No Comments

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Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova has ordered that the country halts exporting electricity on January 13 2017 to ensure power supply for Bulgarian consumers as the country’s power grid comes under pressure because of several days of severely low temperatures. The order follows similar moves by Greece, which has suspended electricity exports on January 11 […]

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“It is impossible for Bankers to declare a loss for 12 years in a row”

By   /  10/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  No Comments

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The High State Audit in Albania says that it is absurd and unacceptable for the foreign company, Bankers Petroleum to declare a loss during the 12 years that it has exerted its activity in Albania. This is the company that has the biggest concessionary agreement for the oil sector in Albania. HAS has pointed out […]

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