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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.
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Offshore wind farm to add to low-carbon energy sources in the Estonian and Latvian energy mixes, in line with the EU’s climate goals. Estonia’s electricity production currently relies on burning oil shale and is among the dirtiest in Europe.
Polish energy market regulator URE launched an auction for up to 2.5 gigawatts of onshore wind power capacity as Warsaw seeks to meet the EU-required target of a 15% share of renewable energy in final energy consumption by 2020.
PKN Orlen aims to build a strong group capable of competing on the international market, but takeover plans raise questions about Energa’s controversial project to build a major new coal-fired power plant.