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Bulgaria’s parliament orders government to seek non-Russian nuclear fuel for Kozloduy NPP
Poland to slow coal phase out but keeps 2049 exit date unchanged
Ukrainian citizens could see end of blackouts in two weeks, if Russia does not damage more infrastructure
If Russia does not damage any more Ukrainian energy facilities, then Ukraine’s energy system could be stabilised in two weeks, Ukraine Business News reported on November 8.
Ukrainian government seizes companies belonging to notorious oligarchs
The Ukrainian government has seized five strategically important companies belonging to key oligarchs under provisions put in place by martial law, the Kyiv Independent reported.
Slovenia’s NPP Krsko re-connected to grid after regular overhaul
EU, Kazakhstan sign MoU on creating partnership to ensure sustainable raw material, green hydrogen supplies
Moldova cut natural gas consumption by 57% y/y in October
New rules to give Turkey potential to attract energy storage investments of $20-25bn says regulatory chief
Oleksiy Chernyshov appointed new head of Naftogaz
Oleksiy Chernyshov has been appointed as the new chairman of the board of Naftogaz after the resignation of Yuriy Vitrenko last week, Reuters reported on November 4.
G7 form Energy Ramstein group as 4.5mn Ukrainians lack electricity due to Russian attacks
The G7 countries have formed an Energy Ramstein group as more than 4.5mn Ukrainian citizens are without electricity following relentless Russian attacks on infrastructure, Ukraine Business News reported on November 7.
Unipro Russia ups profit 88% in 3Q22
No fairness but some hope at COP27
COP26 has not delivered so far on the promises made in Glasgow in November 2021, with companies failing to move towards zero emissions pledges and the world as a whole not meeting the targets and aspirations laid down.
Energoatom claims Russia is attempting to connect Zaporizhzhia NPP to occupied territories
Energoatom, Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear operator, warned that Russian troops will soon try to connect the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP) to the occupied territories, Ukraine Business News reported on November 4.
ENERGO: Energoatom claims Russia is attempting to connect Zaporizhzhia NPP to occupied territories
EBRD and Ukrenergo are discussing financial aid for damaged energy infrastructure
The Ukrainian grid operator, Ukrnergo, has requested emergency financing from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Ukraine Business News reported on November 4.
Lithuanian, US scientists to work shoulder to shoulder on energy sector’s transformation
European Commission to give Ukraine €25.5mn to reconstruct energy sector
The European Commission will provide Ukraine with €25.5mn to repair damaged energy infrastructure following Russia’s relentless attacks over the last few weeks, Ukraine Business News reported on November 3.
Ukraine wants to increase electricity import capacity from the EU
Ukraine wants to increase the amount of electricity it imports from the EU to 1,000-1,500 MW after Russia’s attacks against Ukrainian infrastructure, Ukraine Business News reported on November 3.
EU announces €1bn in grants for Western Balkans, affirms support for enlargement
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and top EU officials stress commitment to bringing six Western Balkan countries into the EU.
Slovenia may hold referendum on second unit of Krsko NPP
Poland says first nuclear power plant will cost $20bn
Transnistria accuses Moldova of creating “humanitarian crisis”
Starved of gas by Gazprom, Moldova and breakaway Transnistria are competing for scarce energy resources — raising tensions between Chisinau and the separatist authorities.
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