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ESO continues renovation of Bulgaria’s electricity transmission network

The completely renovated and reconstructed 110 kV substation Targovishte 2 was put into operation by Bulgaria's TSO ESO, in line with its strategy of modernising and upgrading the country's electricity system.

New MoU signed to transport green electricity between Greece and Egypt

Greece's Copelouzos Group signed an MoU with Infinity Power to jointly develop renewable energy projects that will deliver green electricity from Egypt to Greece.

Hungary to allocate funds to electrcity grid development

Hungary earmarked more than 428 million euros to support the development and flexibility of the electricity network, announced the State Secretary of the Ministry of Energy.

Romania and Moldova to continue gas and power interconnection projects

A Memorandum of Understanding on the continuation of natural gas and electricity network interconnection projects between Romania and Moldova was signed by the respective governments.

Poland hit record 47% energy import in recent years, report says

Poland's import of energy hit a record of 43 per cent in 2021, which has been rising since 2013, according to a new report by Forum Energii.

Estonian TSO: faster synchronisation is possible

The prime ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania agreed to faster synchronisation of the Baltic states' power grids with the Continental European grid and its frequency.

Amprion and E.ON launch world’s first decentralised grid booster

Germany's transmission system operator Amprion will connect the world's first decentralised grid booster in E.ON's distribution grid.

Poland’s Tauron RES helped reduce 600,000 tones of carbon in 2022

Companies and institutions that used RES from the Polish power company Tauron reduced their carbon dioxide emissions by nearly 600,000 tons in 2022.

Litgrid continues working for the synchronisation with Continental Europe while developing RES

Since the beginning of the year, Litgrid has consistently continued strategic projects for the synchronisation with the Continental Europe and introduced new rules for the development of renewable energy sources.

North Macedonia launches MEMO day-ahead electricity market

North Macedonia's day-ahead electricity market has officially launched after the national electricity market operator, MEMO held its first day-ahead auction for power delivery on 5 May.

Ukrenergo modernises power Ukraine-Poland transmission line

Ukrenergo and PSE have completed the modernisation of a transmission line connecting both countries.

Hungary boosts energy storage capacity to support the expansion of renewables

Transmission system operators and distribution companies in Hungary can apply for non-refundable subsidies totalling 155 million euros to build energy storage facilities.

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