Energo - CEE/FSU Power

30 June 2022

Ukraine will begin exporting electricity to EU

29 June 2022

The European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E) will allow Ukraine to export electricity to the EU, Ukraine Business News reported on June 29.

Czech energy company CEZ switches away from Russian nuclear fuel

29 June 2022

CEZ signs contract with US nuclear power technology company Westinghouse and French Framatome.

Did Russia steal panels from Ukraine's largest solar farm?

25 June 2022

A debate has been sparked online after local media in Ukraine reported that Russian forces stole solar panels from the Tokmak Solar Energy farm in the partially occupied Zaporizhzhya region.

Reducing investment in fossil fuels can fund Europe’s energy transition

24 June 2022

Europe’s electricity system could become greener, more secure and more resilient while not requiring any funding if the right investments are made to replace increasingly expensive fossil fuels.

Coal investment remains major threat to green dream

24 June 2022

An 8% rise in global energy investment in 2022 to $2.4 trillion, driven by a 12% rise in clean energy spending, is still far from enough to tackle the energy crisis and to put the world on the path to a greener and more secure energy future.

Russia’s Kursk-II NPP establishes local power supply

23 June 2022

Russia’s Kursk NPP said power had been supplied for auxiliary needs to unit 1 of the Kursk-II project where two new units with VVER-TOI reactors are under construction. This is an essential step towards start-up and commissioning.

Russia plans small reactors for Yakutia

23 June 2022

Russia’s Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is to work with Rosatom to build a 10-MWe small NPP (ASMM) with a SHELF-M reactor in Yakutia by 2030.