The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed to help finance the expansion of the Talimarjan thermal power plant (TPP) in Uzbekistan.
Poland’s government has drawn up plans to protect household consumers from rising electricity prices. But its approach to the issue has put Warsaw at odds with the European Commission, as well as...
Turboden, an Italian-based subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, revealed last week that it had brought a new geothermal power plant on line in Croatia.
Germany’s EEX and Bulgaria’s IBEX power exchanges have entered into a co-operation deal, paving the way for the launch of Bulgarian futures trading next year.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has pledged funding for a new 100-MW solar project in Kazakhstan – its latest in a series of investments in the country’s clean energy...
The Bulgarian government has signed off on the construction of a new combined heat and power plant (CHPP) near Sofia that will run on refused-derived fuel (RDF).
Poland has selected 31 bids from 23 investors in an auction for onshore wind and solar plants.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to lend Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan US$580 million for initiatives that will strengthen the energy sector. It intends to disburse the funds within the...
Russia’s top coal miner SUEK has unveiled plans to ramp up production by 18% within the next five years, with an IPO of its stock now back on the agenda.
Belarus is looking to renegotiate its US$10 billion credit line with Russia, intended to cover the cost of its Astravets nuclear power plant (NPP) project.
Russian power major Inter RAO is considering raising its share in a joint venture with US engineering group General Electric (GE). The move is aimed at shielding the company from impending new US...
Moldova is gearing up to hold its first auctions for large-scale clean energy projects within the next two years.
The Baltic states have recorded further spikes in electricity prices, as a result of both micro and macro factors.
Poland’s third biggest power producer Tauron has said it is in talks to buy around 200 MW of wind capacity in northern Poland.