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Energo follows key project, policy and investment in the power sector across the FSU and CEE. This has included extensive coverage of the Czech Republic and Lithuania’s efforts to build new nuclear reactors, changing renewables policies in Poland and Romania and the privatisation and modernisation of Russia’s power sector. 

We have interviewed leading industry figures and analysts, providing a unique and exclusive insight into the stories that matter.

Energo customers comprise of; major power companies, investment banks, consultancies, government agencies, law firms, accountancies, academics and economists. Its scope covers news and intelligence, broken down by geographic area to include Central Europe, Balkans, Baltics, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia.

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Polish energy companies to work on offshore wind projects

20 January 2021

Poland’s PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna, Enea Group and Tauron Polska Energia have signed a letter of intent to co-operate on the development of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea.

Western Balkans and Ukraine urged to scrutinise coal subsidies

19 January 2021

Energy Community secretariat asks national state aid authorities to check compatibility with the EU state aid acquis after report revealed five Western Balkan countries plus Ukraine spent €2bn on coal subsides in 2015-2019.

Armenia ‘to extend life of its 1970s Metsamor nuclear power plant after 2026’

18 January 2021

Government has reportedly also not abandoned plans to build a new plant. Facility was hit by devastating earthquake in 1988.

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