Energo - CEE/FSU Power

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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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New green additions rise by nearly 50% in 2020

7 April 2021

261 GW of new renewable power generating capacity was added globally in 2020, beating the previous record annual increase by almost 50%.

UAE’s Masdar to expand Uzbek wind farm

7 April 2021

UAE-based Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) has signed an implementation agreement with the Uzbek government to extend the capacity of its 500-MW wind farm to 1.5 GW.

Russia reveals proposed carbon pricing levels for Sakhalin

7 April 2021

The Russian Economic Development Ministry and the authorities in Sakhalin region have proposed fines of RUB150-2,000 ($2-25) per tonne for companies that exceed proposed new GHG emissions quotas.

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