Bulgarian Varna thermal power plant announced to build two new steam-gas combined cycle units of 275 MW each to replace decommissioned units, which would raise the plant’s operational capacity and reduce harmful emissions.
The annual power generation in Ukraine is estimated to fall by more than 22.8 TWh in the next decade due to a combination of macroeconomic factors such as political instability and lack of a coherent national energy policy, according to GlobalData.
There are already more than 10,000 electricity prosumers in Lithuania, according to the country’s Ministry of Energy and in the first four months of this year alone, they produced more electricity than in the whole of 2019.
The market coupling operations of the Bulgarian bidding zone in SDAC were successfully launched: IBEX, the designated single NEMO in Bulgaria is now included in the market coupling operational processes, along with ESO, the Bulgarian TSO.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky signed the Law regarding certification of the TSO which will contribute to the implementation of Ukraine's international obligations on the implementation of the EU's Third Energy Package.
As long as there is no trilateral agreement between the Baltic States on the rules for trading electricity from third countries, not only our security suffers, but also the EU electricity market, said Minister of Energy Dainius Kreivys.
A study shows that the development of the Battery Energy Storage System is the best way for the Baltics to ensure smooth and reliable operation of their power systems when up to 100% electricity is generated from RES.
The Hungarian Energy and Public Regulatory Authority granted Greenergy-Power a license for a small gas-fired cogeneration power plant in the Hungarian city of Kiskunfélegyháza to reduce energy use and air pollution.
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