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Claudia Patricolo

Claudia Patricolo
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Claudia Patricolo is the editor-in-chief of CEENERGYNEWS.

Poland’s chance to become the leading regional player on offshore wind

Poland has adopted the Offshore Wind Act. A historic day for a country that as of today has no offshore wind capacity installed. The first wind farms will appear in 2024 and in 20 years from 8 to 11 GW of offshore wind power capacity will be installed.

NOVATEK signs MoU with NLMK Group to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

NOVATEK signed an MoU with NLMK Group, to cooperate in carbon capture, utilisation and storage solutions and hydrogen production technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Boosting offshore wind in CEE: CEEP presents main potential and challenges

CEEP analyses the current state of affairs of offshore wind in the region, including aspects of offshore wind development potential, existing political and legal frameworks and challenges.

DTEK creates hub in London to attract investment in new energy projects in Ukraine

DTEK is amplifying its presence in London to create an ecosystem to attract investments and innovative technologies in new Ukrainian energy projects.

Member States must reduce air pollution to bring more benefits than costs to society

The number of premature deaths due to air pollution could be reduced by around 55% in 2030 if Member States implemented all measures agreed under the existing EU legislation regulating sources of air pollution and limiting climate change.

5 energy issues to watch in CEE in 2021

While the most used words in 2020 were pandemic and coronavirus, the main driver of 2021 will be recovery. After summarising the most important events of last year in CEE, let's have a look at what to expect from the year that has just started.

The new age of Hungary’s natural gas supply

The start of LNG supply from the Krk terminal in Croatia open a new age in Hungary’s natural gas supply, as underlined by MVM whose subsidiary MFGK started to be involved at the Krk terminal after the docking of the carrier Tristar Ruby.

First LNG carrier arrives at Krk

This morning, the LNG carrier Tristar Ruby has arrived at the Krk terminal in Croatia, the first LNG carrier to arrive at the terminal, in accordance with the planned deadlines.

Energy: driving politics and economy in the past and in the future

Geopolitics has always been intertwined with energy. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Daniel Yergin explained it clearly in his latest book "The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations".

Albania’s first wind farm and the ongoing transformation of the energy sector

The government of Albania will launch the first tender for the construction of wind power plants and Prime Minister Edi Rama spoke about the ongoing transformation of the energy sector, which will transform Albania into an electricity exporter.

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Innogy signs an agreement with Czech Ministry of Industry to introduce new energy-saving measures

Innogy has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Industry and Trade to improve the country’s energy efficiency and introduce energy-saving measures. Thus, the country is aligning with the EU Directive that obliges countries to save 0.8% of their yearly energy consumption by 2030.

A hundred efficient solutions to reverse global warming

Not only one book, but a hundred efficient solutions to stop the climate catastrophe. The New York Times bestseller edited by Paul Hawken, Drawdown, offers many ways to save our planet. And avoiding food waste is only one of them.

Flexibility will be a key word for gas markets in 2021

In spite of an expected gradual recovery in 2021, the COVID-19 crisis will have long-lasting impacts on natural gas markets. Market players have to adjust their strategies to a highly volatile environment and the repercussions of the pandemic could trigger fundamental changes.

Poland’s chance to become the leading regional player on offshore wind

Poland has adopted the Offshore Wind Act. A historic day for a country that as of today has no offshore wind capacity installed. The first wind farms will appear in 2024 and in 20 years from 8 to 11 GW of offshore wind power capacity will be installed.