The Bulgarian competition regulator has accused power distribution company Energo Pro of abusing its dominant position on the local electricity market.
The Poland government could buy up shares in the country’s state-run power generators in order to finance cleaner power plants and to upgrade existing coal-fired thermal power plants (TPPs), the...
After months of tense negotiations, a deal has been struck aimed at rescuing Poland’s beleaguered coal industry.
Police in Montenegro issued international arrest warrants last week for the former CEO and CFO of power utility EPCG in connection with alleged abuse of office.
Ukraine’s DTEK is mulling selling its Russian assets, DTEK CEO Maksym Tymchenko told local weekly Zerkalo Nedeli on April 15.
Czech energy firm EPH has emerged as the frontrunner to buy coal power assets in Germany owned by Swedish utility Vattenfall.
The Russian government could permanently close the Severnaya mine in the northern city of Vorkut, where a series of explosions last month left 36 dead.
DanPower Baltic, a 50:50 joint venture set up by German and Lithuanian investors, has completed the purchase of three biomass heating plants in Vilnius and Kaunas. After securing approval for the...
Czech energy giant CEZ expects profits to plummet in 2016 amid record-low power prices.
Poland’s Kompania Weglowa (KW) has sacked its chief executive in the midst of delicate negotiations with trade unions aimed at cutting costs at the struggling state-owned company.
Finnish energy group Fortum concluded the sale of its Tobolsk combined heat and power (CHP) plant on February 5 to SIBUR, Russia's largest gas processing and petrochemicals company. In a swift...
The Lithuanian government’s decision to shut down loss-making Soviet-built heat and power plants (CHPs) has prompted legal action from local authorities and from France’s Veolia.