Saturday, January 23, 2021



DNV GL: Energy Transition Outlook 2019

The outlook predicts a rapid transition: by mid-century, the energy mix will be split almost equally between fossil and non-fossil sources.

ČEZ applies for permission to build two new blocks at the Dukovany Nuclear Power Station

ČEZ is ready for the licensing process in accordance with the Atomic Energy Act and filed for permission to build two new nuclear power blocks at Dukovany.

Novatek and Nauticor to develop an LNG supply infrastructure in the Baltic Sea

Nauticor and Novatek will cooperate to develop a joint LNG supply infrastructure in the Baltic Sea range and reduce CO2 emissions.

Eesti Energia interested in wind farms to reach renewable energy goals

Despite the climate policy requiring cleaner energy production, the last major wind farms in Estonia were completed more than seven years ago.

Estonia to increase the proportion of biomass in its electricity production

Estonia approved the amendments to the Electricity Market Act that are aimed at increasing the proportion of biomass in the country’s energy portfolio.

Hungary boosts tree-planting to reach the zero-emission goal

In occasion of the world forest day, Hungary promotes tree-planting to achieve the country's climate protection goals.

Poland is EU’s fifth-largest producer of solar energy

As the European Union increases its solar energy market, Poland becomes the fifth-largest producer of solar energy.

Poland’s PGNiG included in Nord Stream 2 derogation procedure

PGNiG and its German subsidiary PGNiG Supply and Trading joined a procedure in which the Nord Stream 2 is seeking a derogation from the EU's Third Energy Package requirements.

OMV to support large forestation initiative in Romania

OMV Petrom, is supporting the largest privately funded forestation initiative in Romania.

ENTSOG: Gas Regional Investment Plan 2019

The report provides a specific regional view of supply, demand, and capacity developments in the CEE region for the upcoming decade.

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Hydrogen: is it hype or new reality?

Marta Halabala, a senior associate at Asters, writes about the factors that have contributed to an increased focus on hydrogen and how Ukraine can be a priority partner to implement the European Hydrogen Strategy.

Beyond 9 to 5: saving the environment by working from home?

After a year of continuous lockdowns, many believe that we should change our past working patterns. Teleworking has overarching implications on many fields of our lives, from digitalisation to sustainability.

MET Group completes acquisition of 42 MW wind park in Bulgaria

MET Group has completed the acquisition of a 42 MW wind park in Bulgaria from Enel Green Power. The transaction is part of MET’s growth strategy to develop a significant renewable portfolio in CEE.

Offshore wind-green hydrogen projects are not competitive with fossil-fuel-made version yet

Companies see a big potential in offshore wind development with several large-scale farms planned to be completed in the next 5 years. However, looking at the economics of blending green hydrogen with offshore wind, Rystad Energy finds that high costs remain a show-stopper.