Energo - CEE/FSU Power

7 July 2022

EU mulls investment in Rogun dam to undermine Russia in Tajikistan

6 July 2022

Dushanbe has asked for EU financial and technological assistance to complete the construction of the world’s tallest dam that will make the country self-sufficient in electricity.

Ukraine will export electricity to Slovakia

6 July 2022

Ukrenergo, Ukraine’s electricity transmission system operator, has announced Ukraine will start exporting electricity to Slovakia, Ukraine Business News reported on July 6.

Has green energy had its day?

6 July 2022

Global efforts to combat climate change are being endangered by the global COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine and the current energy crisis.

Cracks appear in German opposition to atomic energy

6 July 2022

Germany’s opposition to expanding nuclear power could be changing slowly, as the current gas crisis leads to more voices calling for an end to the closure of nuclear power plants.

Russia dominates global reactor market

6 July 2022

Russia dominated the global market for new nuclear reactors between 2017 and 2021, with China one step behind, at a time when surging energy prices present a major new opportunity for the industry, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said.

IAEA loses safeguards connections with Zaporizhzhya NPP and Chernobyl

6 July 2022

The IAEA lost remote connection to its safeguards surveillance systems installed at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya NPP in late June, further underlining the need for the IAEA to go there very soon, director-general Rafael Mariano Grossi said on 29 June.

Ukraine has eight reactors online despite war

6 July 2022

Ukraine has told the IAEA that eight of the country’s 15 nuclear energy reactors are currently connected to the grid.

Russia installs inner containment dome at Bangladesh’s Rooppur NPP

6 July 2022

Russia’s ASE has completed the installation of the metal structures of the inner containment (VZO) dome in the reactor building of unit 2 at the Rooppur NPP under construction in Bangladesh.

Emergency core cooling system installation begins at Kursk-II Unit 2

6 July 2022

All four hydraulic tanks of the emergency core cooling system (ECCS) have been installed in the design position at unit 2 of Russia’s Kursk-II NPP two months ahead of schedule.

Turkey’s Akkuyu NPP takes shape

5 July 2022

Russian companies have completed the installation of the melt localisation device, a key safety component, at Unit 3 the Akkuyu NPP under construction in Turkey.

Belarus controversial nuclear power plant set to be finished this year

4 July 2022

Rosatom plans to finish the controversial Ostrovets Nuclear Power Plant in 2022

Sun-drenched Uzbekistan on the verge of a renewables boom

4 July 2022

International investors are vying to build new solar and wind farms in Uzbekistan as the country tries to reduce emissions while also supplying power to its growing population.

Alternus to buy more solar farms in Poland

2 July 2022

Alternus Energy Group is to acquire additional solar farms across Poland totalling 184MW from local developer Projekt Solartechnik (PST), a Famur and TDJ groups company.

Chinese dominance drives Asia’s emergence in offshore wind industry

1 July 2022

Asia is rapidly overtaking Europe as the main driver of the offshore wind market, with China accounting for 80% of the 21.1 GW of new capacity added in 2021.

Ukraine electricity auction raises $330,000 in one day, but Russian forces dangerously meddle in nuclear sector

1 July 2022

Ukraine’s first electricity auction since connecting to the European Network of Transmission System Operators (ENTSO-E) was a success, Ukraine Business News reported on June 30.