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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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Lithuania considers banning purchases of electricity from Belarus’ nuclear power plant

20 October 2019

President Gitanas Nauseda says he wants to prevent countries with “unsafe nuclear power plants” from exporting electricity to Lithuania, but fellow Baltic states Estonia and Latvia appear not to share his concerns.

Tajikistan’s massive Rogun hydropower dam: a blessing or a curse?

18 October 2019

Poorest Central Asian nation Tajikistan is in danger of defaulting on its first ever Eurobond as the construction of the giant Rogun hydropower dam gobbles up scarce resources.

Rosatom to use latest nuclear tech in Egypt

9 October 2019

Rosatom has confirmed that it is to use its latest nuclear technology to build a 4,800MW nuclear power plant in Egypt.

Hungary utility-scale solar capacity reaches 1.1GW

7 October 2019

Hungary can rely on two energy sources, nuclear and solar energy to meet the climate goals set out in the Paris Agreement, said President Janos Ader recently.

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