Energo - CEE/FSU Power
Lithuania issues call to submit bids to survey seabed for offshore wind farm's link to land
Ukraine's warm weather dampens impact of Russian energy attacks
Ukraine’s warm winter is dampening the impact of Russia’s attacks on energy infrastructure, Economic Pravda reported on January 3.
Romania transposes EU tax on windfall profits for fossil fuel producers and refineries
EV charging tariffs to rise sharply in Hungary
Bulgaria’s Kozloduy NPP secures fuel from Western suppliers, ending dependence on Russia
Kozloduy NPP signs contracts with Westinghouse and Framatome on delivery of nuclear fuel.
Slovenian government caps electricity price for MSMEs
MOL teams up with government-friendly partners to buy fast-growing alternative energy company
Croatia’s net electricity production down 6% y/y in October
EC to back €2.3bn Romania-Georgia undersea cable project
Major missile strike disrupts Ukraine's festivities
A volley of Russian missile and drone strikes interrupted Ukraine’s festive celebrations on December 29.
Ukrenergo issues state of emergency following Russian strikes
Ukrenergo, Ukraine’s state grid operator, issued a state of emergency in Ukraine on the morning of Friday, December 16, Ukrainian Pravda reported on December 16.
Apocalypse 2050: World on course for 15% GDP fall
The world is set to see global GDP plummet by a catastrophic 15% by 2050 if current emissions trends are not reined in and global warming reaches 2.2°C by 2050.
Ukraine turns to Europe for electricity
Ukraine turns to Europe for its electricity imports after Russian shelling caused a major deficit, Ukraine Business News reported on December 15.
Korea’s Kepco reportedly in discussions to develop four nuclear power plants in Turkey
Uzbekistan: Gas official arrested as government tries to account for shortages
While households are struggling to deal with a heating crisis, some private enterprises have been able to receive steady supplies of gas.
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