Tag: NECP

Seven EU member states plan to use coal for electricity generation beyond 2030 – Region, 05 June 2020

According to a final draft of National Energy and Climate Plans (NECP), seven EU member states plan to use coal for electricity generation after 2030, among which are four countries in southeastern Europe: Romania, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Croatia. Romania is planning to operate up to 2 GW of insta Full article available for subscribers of […]

Slovenia to phase-out coal by 2050 – Slovenia, 07 February 2020

According to draft National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) from late January, Slovenia is planning to decrease the use of coal for electricity production by 30 % by 2030, with complete phase-out by 2050 at the latest. According to Slovenian Minister of Infrastructure Alenka Bratusek, the 30 % dec Full article available for subscribers of […]

New RES target for 2030 proposed to EC is 30.5 % – Romania, 17 January 2020

State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment Niculae Havrilet said that the target for renewables proposed by Romania to the European Commission for 2030 is 30.5 %, adding that natural gas will become an important element of transition, while coal is to be kept in the Full article available for subscribers […]