Energo Top Story archive

21 March 2019, Week 11, Issue 952

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is funding a project to replace a polluting coal-fired power plant in the central Bosnian city of Zenica with cleaner gas-based capacity...

14 March 2019, Week 10, Issue 951

Bulgaria’s Energy Ministry has invited potential investors to submit bids for the construction of the Belene nuclear power plant (NPP).

07 March 2019, Week 09, Issue 950

Romania’s state-run Forecast and Strategy National Committee (CNSP) has kick-started the search for a partner for its planned pumped storage hydropower plant (PSHPP) at Tarnita-Lapustesti.

28 February 2019, Week 08, Issue 949

Lietuvos Energija’s electricity production unit has begun work on a pilot solar power project that will raise the generating capacity of the Kruonis pumped storage hydropower plant (PSHP).

21 February 2019, Week 07, Issue 948

Russian industrial group Rostec has teamed up with two state lenders to bankroll the construction of waste-fired power plants in the Moscow area.

14 February 2019, Week 06, Issue 947

Serbia aims to draft an auction-based model for renewable energy development by mid-2019, paving the way for the first project tenders to take place next year.

07 February 2019, Week 05, Issue 946

Bulgaria aims to begin the selection process for a strategic investor at its on-again, off-again nuclear power plant (NPP) project by the end of February.

31 January 2019, Week 04, Issue 945

Solarnet Investment, a subsidiary of Germany’s Joachim Goldbeck Solar, has brought a new solar power plant (SPP) on line in Saran, a city in Kazakhstan’s northern Karaganda region. The SPP has a...

24 January 2019, Week 03, Issue 944

Russia’s RusHydro faces fines for delaying the launch of a hydroelectric power plant (HPP) in the North Ossetia region bordering Georgia.

17 January 2019, Week 02, Issue 943

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has agreed to help finance the expansion of the Talimarjan thermal power plant (TPP) in Uzbekistan.

10 January 2019, Week 01, Issue 942

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...

20 December 2018, Week 50, Issue 941

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.

13 December 2018, Week 49, Issue 940

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.

06 December 2018, Week 48, Issue 939

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...

29 November 2018, Week 47, Issue 938

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).

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