Energo - CEE/FSU Power
Gas prices have fallen heavily in the last weeks, as it seems after Europe’s gas storage tanks hit the 80% full mark some of the panic is fading.
INTERVIEW: "We are focused on supporting Ukrainian businesses and government needs" – Dimitar Bogov, EBRD
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has devastated the country, causing billions of dollars worth of damage to infrastructure, houses and industry. Kyiv and its international allies have discussed a “Marshall Plan” for Ukraine at several key events.
The Czech price cap is seen as a back-up plan in case a common EU-level approach is not reached.
Central European states are moving to widen the cutting off of Russian energy links beyond gas, oil and coal.
As Sofia struggles to secure gas for the winter, caretaker Economy Minister Nikola Stoyanov offers to export electricity to Azerbaijan in exchange for more natural gas.
Over the weekend, Ukraine continued its fierce counter-offensive on the eastern front, which saw Russian lines crumble in Kharkiv. The Ukrainian Armed Forces have retaken over 3,000 square km since the start of September.
After years of delays, the IPO of Romania's largest electricity producer Hidroelectrica is expected by the end of June 2023.
Does Ukraine have enough gas to survive winter? Sergiy Makogon, CEO of GTSOU, says the answer is yes
Can Ukraine keep its citizens warm this winter? In Kyiv and across the country, many are asking this question as the heating season approaches and the gas storage tanks are still lacking crucial reserves.