Transgaz has reached an agreement with Gazprom to terminate a contract that was valid until the end of 2023 and that allowed Gazprom to use one of Transgaz’s transit pipelines to send gas to countries in Western Europe.
As the decentralisation of the energy system continues, retail markets will play an increasingly important role in ensuring that consumers benefit from low prices, a wide choice of offers and the latest innovations.
Building back greener is already underway in Ukraine where more residents will soon reap savings on their energy bills as IFC, Ukraine's Energy Efficiency Fund and PrivatBank are partnering to boost energy efficiency in the residential housing sector.
Poland adopted the much-anticipated Energy Policy 2040 and whilst experts and energy commentators agree that the country is making important progress, there are still concerns about the pace of change.
The electricity system is undergoing fundamental change and flexibility is increasingly central to these transformations. Summary of the Third Energy Innovation Forum, an exclusive workshop on innovation in the energy sector in the UK.
Hydrogen-powered cars are already crossing the roads of the world, but in case of smaller vehicles, like e-scooters, the installation of a high-pressure tank to store hydrogen is impractical. The Fraunhofer Institute in Dresden has a solution.
Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Energy and bp signed an MoU for large-scale decarbonised and integrated energy and mobility systems, including renewable energy projects in the regions and cities of Azerbaijan.
As Bulgaria joined the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petkova reminded that achieving the EU carbon neutrality targets by 2050 is impossible without the development of nuclear energy.
Bulgaria became the newest member of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency. Its membership will enrich the NEA’s work in areas such as nuclear safety and regulation, decommissioning and radioactive waste management.
OMV and Kommunalkredit Austria have announced a joint investment in the construction of Austria’s largest electrolysis plant in the OMV Schwechat Refinery which will produce up to 1,500 metric tons of green hydrogen a year.
Kadri Simson highlighted that hydrogen is not just a new energy carrier, but the beginning of a revolution in the energy system and the CEE region as a lot of potential being home to the third-largest consumer of hydrogen in Europe: Poland.
NOVATEK signed a Cooperation Agreement with Nuovo Pignone, the Italian arm of Baker Hughes, aimed at reducing CO2 emissions with a pilot program to introduce hydrogen blends into the main process for natural gas liquefaction.
The first of its kind at E.ON: a public charger that uses solar energy. What makes it possible is a combination of a photovoltaic power plant, a battery storage facility and a public charging station for electric cars.
András Biczók, CEO of the Hungarian Transmission System Operator MAVIR speaks about the different tasks and responsibilities of the TSOs in this fast-changing environemnt, the role of renewables in the electricity sector and what to expect from 2021.
Mahdjouba Belaifa Head of the Gas Market Analysis Department of GECF shares her insights about the outlook for the gas industry and also how women can take an active role in shaping the future of this traditionally male-dominated sector.
Danila Bochkarev, Associate researcher at UCLouvain writes about the role played by Ukraine’s GTS capacity in the mid-term future. However, funds are being spent on lobbying, while It would be more efficient for the country to focus on the energy transition.
Anna Ebers Broughel, economist at Tetra Tech writes about Ida-Virumaa, a region in Eastern Estonia whose oil shale industry appears to be on an imminent and unstoppable decline. It is the time to seek realistic solutions and a way forward.
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