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Croatia’s energy minister to travel to Brussels on Friday for talks on INA

By   /  30/01/2017  /  Business, Croatia, Energy, HR Business, HR Energy  /  Comments Off on Croatia’s energy minister to travel to Brussels on Friday for talks on INA

Croatia’s Energy and Environment Protection Minister Slaven Dobrovic, who is travelling to Brussels on Friday for talks with the European Commission concerning Croatian legislation on the privatisation of INA, said on Monday that he hoped that the Commission would show understanding and offer dialogue. In December, the EC requested Croatia to amend the 2002 law […]

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Lack of power supply damages businesses in Kosovo

By   /  27/01/2017  /  Business, Energy, Kosovo, XK Business, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Lack of power supply damages businesses in Kosovo

The lack of a constant supply with power in Kosovo is threatening the activity of businesses and the economic development of the country. This was said today by the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Hykmete Bajrami during a meeting with business associations and Power Regulatory Office. “We know that power supply is a criterion for […]

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Kosovo is looking for new alternative energy sources

By   /  26/01/2017  /  Energy, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Kosovo is looking for new alternative energy sources

Government of Kosovo along with the World Bank are working together in order to achieve several standards for the development of renewable energy, growth of efficiency in energy consumption and protection of environment. To meet these objectives, the World Bank has allocated 50 million euros to fund projects for efficient and renewable energy. Professor of […]

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Bulgarian political parties trade barbs over ‘energy crisis’ claims

By   /  24/01/2017  /  BG Energy, BG Politics, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, Politics  /  Comments Off on Bulgarian political parties trade barbs over ‘energy crisis’ claims

Bulgaria’s two largest political parties – Boiko Borissov’s GERB and the opposition socialist party – are engaged in a war of words over the Bulgarian Socialist Party’s allegations that the country is on the brink of an energy collapse and that “power cuts practically already are in effect”. Senior Bulgarian goverment figures are dismissing the […]

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Price of power supply for a number of businesses to increase in Albania

By   /  23/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on Price of power supply for a number of businesses to increase in Albania

Some large and medium sized businesses in Albania are expected to face an increase of power supply charges next month. The expected rise for around 80 large businesses that use the 35 kilovolt network is 16%. These businesses have been included in the process of the liberalization of market and from now on they must […]

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BiH ready to harvest the power of Wind

By   /  20/01/2017  /  BA Energy, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Energy, Headlines  /  Comments Off on BiH ready to harvest the power of Wind

After many years of negotiations, missed opportunities and attempts to find the right place for a wind farm, which will be the first electric power plant on this energy in BiH, it seems that all problems are finally solved and that the country will begin to exploit renewable sources to produce electric power. The first […]

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Bulgaria, Serbia sign gas interconnector memorandum

By   /  19/01/2017  /  BG Energy, BG Politics, Bulgaria, Energy, Headlines, Politics, RS Energy, RS Politics, Serbia  /  Comments Off on Bulgaria, Serbia sign gas interconnector memorandum

Bulgaria and Serbia energy ministers signed on January 19 a memorandum of understanding on the construction of the interconnector pipeline between the two countries. The document underscored the political will in the two countries to build the pipeline, Bulgarian Energy Minister Temenouzhka Petkova said in a statement. The project was a key component of Bulgaria’s […]

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Albania will turn into an exporter of power supply

By   /  19/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on Albania will turn into an exporter of power supply

Minister Gjiknuri in Singapore: Invest in Albania During a visit held in Singapore, as part of a delegation led by PM Edi Rama, Minister of Energy and Industry, Mr. Damian Gjiknuri addressed a speech in front of investors in the Forum of Trade and Investments Singapore-Albania. Stopping on the domain of energy, minister Gjiknuri said […]

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20 million euro loan for Albania-FYROM power line

By   /  18/01/2017  /  AL Energy, Albania, Energy  /  Comments Off on 20 million euro loan for Albania-FYROM power line

Albanian parliament has ratified the agreement between Albania and Germany for the funding of the energy line that connects Albania to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. According to this agreement, government of Germany enables the Albanian side to receive a loan from KFW bank at a value of up to 20 million euros. This […]

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Kosovo is awaiting the new thermal power plant

By   /  17/01/2017  /  Energy, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Energy  /  Comments Off on Kosovo is awaiting the new thermal power plant

The postponement of the construction of the new thermal power plant “New Kosovo”, a project which has started over a decade ago, continues to keep “Kosovo A” thermal power plant in use, although this plant has been considered as the biggest environment polluter. Due to its age and inability to reduce pollution levels, the thermal […]

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