Energo - CEE/FSU Power

24 November 2022

Ukraine has practically no intact thermal and hydropower plants

23 November 2022

Russian strikes have damaged nearly all of Ukraine’s major thermal and hydroelectric power plants, the Kyiv Independent reported on November 22.

Naftogaz can purchase enough gas for Ukraine

23 November 2022

Naftogaz, Ukraine’s state-owned gas company, can afford to purchase enough gas for the war-torn country after a financial injection from Norway and Canada, Ukraine Business News reported on November 23.

Ukraine plunged into darkness as Russia launches a renewed ferocious missile attack on its power stations

23 November 2022

Ukraine braces for its worst winter since World War 2, Kyiv’s Mayor Vitali Klitschko said, as the country suffers another wave of virulent Russian strikes.

Norway gives €195mn grant to Naftogaz

23 November 2022

Ukraine’s state-owned gas company, Naftogaz, will receive NOK2bn (€195mn) from Norway, Ukraine Business News reported on November 22.

Enel to exit Romania as it sees no room for further growth

23 November 2022

“Friendly separation” planned just two years after Enel announced €2bn investments in green energy projects in Romania.

Ukraine tests electricity imports from Slovakia

21 November 2022

Ukraine tested electrical imports from Slovakia in preparation for further Russian attacks on its energy infrastructure, Ukraine Business News reported on November 21.

Bulgarian PV equipment company AmonRa Energy to hold IPO

21 November 2022

AmonRa wants to raise funds to finance its expansion in Romania and in other Southeast European countries.

"Close call" at Zaporizhzhia power plant following intense shelling

21 November 2022

Intense shelling occurred again at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP) over the weekend, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported on November 20.

Britain pledges further military and energy support for Ukraine

21 November 2022

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has assured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy that Britain will continue to support Ukraine in its fight against Russia, Interfax-Ukraine reported on November 19.

Climate paralysis at COP27 as no progress made on 1.5 degrees

21 November 2022

COP finished two days late on November 20 without any new agreements on climate change targets or emissions reductions, although a deal was hammered out to set up an as yet uncosted loss and damage fund.

Nearly half of Ukraine's energy infrastructure is damaged

21 November 2022

Russia’s strikes on Ukraine since October 10 have damaged nearly half of the country’s energy facilities, Interfax-Ukraine reported on November 18.

COP27: Coal proves a stubborn foe in fight to save climate

20 November 2022

Reducing coal consumption is the central challenge to achieving the world’s climate targets, Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency, told COP27.

Ukraine's energy sector at "critical point"

20 November 2022

The damage to Ukraine’s energy infrastructure is reaching a critical point, the European Commission wrote in a statement on November 17.

COP27 warns business cannot be trusted to police greenwashing

18 November 2022

The UN has identified greenwashing by business and finance as the biggest danger facing the race to net zero, urging them to avoid a toxic cover-up and to ensure that any climate pledges they keep are in line with the 1.5-degree targets.