Energo Top Story archive

05 October 2017, Week 39, Issue 880

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced that a new funding allocation of up to US$110 million has been made available to help pay for the construction and...

29 September 2017, Week 38, Issue 879

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22 September 2017, Week 37, Issue 878

State-owned China Energy Engineering Group (CEEF) is mulling a US$1.2 billion investment in the biggest coal project in the Balkans.

14 September 2017, Week 36, Issue 877

Japanese investors are lining up to assess wind power opportunities in the frontier market of Russia’s Far East.

08 September 2017, Week 35, Issue 876

The US Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), a Washington-run development finance agency, is close to finalising a deal to invest US$400 million in a wind farm project in Zaporizhia in...

1 September 2017, Week 34, Issue 875

Russian utility Inter RAO's net income for the first six months of 2017 has more than halved following its sale of regional subsidiary Irkutskenergo last year.

25 August 2017, Week 33, Issue 874

 Czech energy group CEZ announced last week it had received binding offers from several investors for its troubled Bulgarian assets.

“The bids are being evaluated,” the Prague-based firm...

18 August 2017, Week 32, Issue 873

Bulgaria’s representative of power traders has warned that a World Bank proposal to make the IBEX exchange the only way to buy and sell physical electricity would reduce...

11 August 2017, Week 31, Issue 872

Shareholders in Electric Stations, Kyrgyzstan’s national power provider, have given the green light to a proposed co-operation deal with Liglass Trading, a little-known...

04 August 2017, Week 30, Issue 871

Ahead of his working visit to Belarus, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics announced that Latvia would not block electricity from the Astravyets nuclear power plant (NPP) when it is launched...

28 July 2017, Week 29 Issue 870

Chinese energy giant China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) has revealed it is holding talks with Warsaw regarding the latter’s nuclear power plans.

21 July 2017, Week 28 Issue 869

Members of Russia’s parliament have postponed the introduction of controversial new rules that ban the open transport and storage of coal, following intense pressure from government ministries and...

14 July 2017, Week 27 Issue 868

Populist candidate Battulga Khaltmaa has won Mongolia's first ever run-off vote to clinch the country's presidency, putting international investors on notice after the local businessman pledged to...

07 July 2017, Week 26 Issue 867

Russian state-run grid operator Rosseti has revealed that it is targeting the regional power distribution assets of private conglomerate Sistema, which has had key investments frozen amid a legal...

30 June 2017, Week 25 Issue 866

An Estonian non-profit group has weighed in on an ongoing dispute between the Ministry of Defence and investors in renewable energy projects, saying it is ready to take legal action if Tallinn...

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