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Serbia signs memorandum on nuclear energy development

11 July 2024

Serbia took a significant step towards embracing nuclear energy as representatives from key ministries and academic institutions signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at developing nuclear technologies.

Ukraine faces decade-long loss of Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant capacity

11 July 2024

Ukraine has lost the capacity of Europe's largest nuclear power plant, the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP), for at least a decade, according to Prime Minister's adviser Yuriy Boyko.

Eight companies win hybrid PV auction in Albania

11 July 2024

The Albanian government announced the winners of its hybrid photovoltaic auction, with eight companies securing bids and an average price of €51.3 per MWh.

EBRD approves €30mn loan to Serbia for renewable heat generation

10 July 2024

The EBRD has approved a loan of up to €30mn to Serbia to finance investments in renewable heat generation, the organisation announced during EBRD President Odile Renaud-Basso's visit to Belgrade on July 9.

Moldova estimates it could provide 500 MW of power to Ukraine

10 July 2024

Moldova can produce about 500MW of electricity for Ukraine, Energy Minister Viktor Parlikov said, commenting on the project for the placement of electricity generating capacities for the supply of electricity to Ukraine.

NBU warns of economic impact from electricity shortages as Poland offers support

10 July 2024

The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has highlighted the adverse effects of continuing electricity shortages on the country's economy, noting a decline in worker demand, rising emigration and weakened economic activity.

High-tech energy companies suspend investment in Ukraine, eye Czechia for new plant

9 July 2024

A group of high-tech energy companies have halted their investment in a new manufacturing plant in Ukraine, opting instead to consider relocating to Czechia.

Kyiv recovers two-thirds of power generation capacity after Russian missile attacks

9 July 2024

Kyiv has restored most of its power generation facilities that were damaged or destroyed in Russian missile strikes.

INTERVIEW: Ukraine’s biggest private power producer races to recover as winter looms

9 July 2024

A top DTEK Group executive says companies desperately need access to finance and capital to cope with widespread infrastructure damage from Russian strikes.

Ukraine constructs 20% of announced 1 GW of energy manoeuvring capacity

9 July 2024

Ukrainian cities are currently constructing only 20% of the 1 GW of energy manoeuvring capacity recently announced by President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Moldova may host Ukraine’s gas-fired power generation units

8 July 2024

Moldova has expressed its readiness to supply electricity to Ukraine within the framework of the "gas for electricity" project.

Caspian Sea can propel Azerbaijan to forefront of offshore wind power

5 July 2024

In 2022, the Global Wind Energy Council ranked countries based on their offshore wind energy potential. Azerbaijan joined the top four alongside Australia, Sri Lanka and Turkey.

Ukrnafta secures EBRD loan to invest $1bn in power plants

5 July 2024

Ukrnafta, Ukraine's leading oil and gas company, will receive a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and invest $1bn in constructing power plants as part of its transformation into a multi-energy company.

Belgium’s Bekaert buys 100GWh in advance from Rezolv Energy’s wind farm in Romania

5 July 2024

The Belgian company Bekaert, specialising in steel wire processing and surface coating technologies, has signed a Virtual Power Purchase Agreement to buy 100 GWh of electricity from the wind farm that Rezolv Energy is developing in Romania.

European Commission clears NPP expansion project in Romania

4 July 2024

New reactors at the Cernavoda nuclear power plant are expected to avoid the emission of 20mn tonnes of CO2 per year.

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