Explosion at Baumgarten gas hub in Austria shook European gas markets - Region, 12 December 2017  |  TANAP to be put into operation in the first half of 2018 - Turkey, 7 December 2017  |  Unit 2 at NPP Cernavoda disconnected from the grid - Romania, 7 Decmeber 2017  |  Electricity prices could be higher by 3.6 % as of 1 January - Montenegro, 7 December 2017  |  Second stage of Mozura wind farm construction started - Monetnegro, 7 December 2017  |  PPC looking to expand to Turkey - Greece, 7 December 2017  |  Number of Croatian energy projects included in the PCI list - Croatia, 7 December 2017  |  Analysis on the possibility of a derogation for TPPs expected in January - Bulgaria, 7 December 2017  |  Clients of Future Energy another week to switch supplier - Bulgaria, 7 December 2017  |  Annex to contract on gas transport via Hungary signed - Bosnia and Herzegovina, 7 December 2017  |  Two-thirds of pipe trenching works along TAP route completed - Region, 7 December 2017  |  ANRE approved the increase of Transelectrica’s tariffs - Romania, 6 December 2017  |  ELPE, DEPA, PPC stakes expected to be sold in 2018 - Greece, 6 December 2017  |  Floods hit Albania, electricity production surges - Albania, 6 December 2017  |  Ukraine to stop gas imports by 2020 - Region, 6 December 2017  |  Household electricity prices increased by 1 % in Q3 2017 - Slovenia, 6 December 2017  |  Deep conversion unit at Pancevo refinery to be completed in Q3 2019 - Serbia, 5 December 2017  |  Construction of desulfurization facility at TENT A started - Serbia, 5 December 2017  |  Another investor to join Alexandroupoli LNG terminal project - Greece, 5 December 2017  |  AES Bulgaria expects 7-8 % rise in revenues in 2017 - Bulgaria, 5 December 2017

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Biogas Association opposes the proposed amendments to the Energy Law – Serbia, 27 June 2017

The Serbian Biogas Association believes that the amendments to the Energy Law proposed by the Energy Community, as well as decrees on incentives for producers of electricity from renewable sources, would not be a good move foe Serbia and the development of renewable energy in general. Last week, the EC invited Serbian Ministry of Energy […]

EU to charge PPC with dominant market position abuse – Greece, 27 June 2017

A probe by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Competition, which started with the unannounced raid at the offices of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC) and electricity transmission system operator ADMIE earlier this month, has confirmed concerns about the company’s possible abuse of its dominant position. According to sources, the investigation has confirmed that the […]

Starting price set at 32.05 euros/MWh for the next NOME auction – Greece, 27 June 2017

The Greek Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) has proposed a starting price of 32.05 euros/MWh to be applied for the next NOME auction, which will be held on 12 July. This represents a reduction by 5.32 euros compared to the previously held auction. Greek Ministries of Energy and Finance will have to approve this decision […]