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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Russian nuclear power plants produce a record 208bn kWh in 2019

6 January 2020

Nuclear plans account for 19% of Russia’s aggregate electricity generation compared to the 40% European average.

Bulgaria invites 5 companies to file binding bids for Belene nuclear project

19 December 2019

The government in Sofia hopes to finish the project within 10 years at a cost of up to €10bn, but critics question its economic viability.

Europe's nuclear power debate heats up as climate emergency grows closer

17 December 2019

The new European Commission has set a target of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 to avoid a climate disaster, but the target is controversial as the only way to get there is to ramp up the role nuclear power plays in producing Europe’s electricity.

Poland spared commitment to EU 2050 climate neutrality goal – for now

13 December 2019

The EU will strive to reach climate neutrality in 2050. Poland was the only country not to sign up for the goal and the discussion on how to get Warsaw on board will resume in June.

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