Energo - CEE/FSU Power

11 June 2020

Ukraine’s green energy disaster is sliding towards a power crisis

10 June 2020

Ukraine is heading towards a power crisis in the next few weeks if the government cannot come to terms with the irate owners of the country’s burgeoning green energy sector

Once-in-a-1,000-year snow melt floods hydropower plant on Russia’s far northern coast

9 June 2020

There were more melting permafrost problems for Russia’s energy infrastructure after the TGK1 power station near Murmansk reported that two of its hydropower units were flooded with “abnormal water inflow” due to melting snow.

Kazakhstan’s wealth fund sells 6.3% stake in world’s biggest uranium miner Kazatomprom

8 June 2020

Privatisation programme of Central Asia’s biggest economy takes another baby step.

EBRD support for green energy continues during COVID-19 crisis

4 June 2020

Renewables energy projects have continued to be approved during the COVID-19 lockdown period, despite fears that governments would abandon climate change and sustainability and rely on tried-and-tested fossil fuels to stimulate their economies.

Russian fuel spill declared federal emergency

4 June 2020

The Kremlin has declared a spill of diesel fuel at the power plant of Norilsk Nickel metals major in the Krasnoyarsk region as a federal emergency, and heads may start rolling as deep structural ESG dangers are exposed.