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Polish government signs letter of intent for the development of offshore wind power

Representatives of the Polish government and entrepreneurs from the offshore wind industry signed a Letter of Intent on cooperation for the development of offshore wind power.

PGE launches largest investment in wind farms in Poland

PGE Group has launched two new wind farms: 43 turbines with a total installed capacity of nearly 100 MW that will meet the energy needs of 120,000 households.

Enefit Green to build new wind farms supporting Estonia’s renewable energy goals

Pärnu City Council approved Enefit Green's application for the construction of a wind farm in Paikuse. If Estonia wants to reach its renewable energy goals, the building of new wind farms is inevitable.

HEP lays foundation stone for Croatia’s largest solar power plant

HEP laid the foundation stone for a 6.5 MW power plant, the largest in Croatia, producing electricity for the consumption of about 2,500 households.

Lithuania’s government reaches final decision for offshore wind farms

Lithuania’s government is moving ahead with the development of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea, with a planned capacity up to 700 MW by 2030.

GIE: biomethane to play a major role with renewable electricity

The number of biomethane plants in Europe has increased by 51 per cent in two years, shows the European Biomethane Map published by the European Biogas Association (EBA) and Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE).

Polish Electricity Association calls to recognise the potential of electricity in the energy transition

Electrification should be the main driver of the energy transition as it will constitute up to 63% of the total final energy consumption in the transport sector.

Eesti Energia towards producing electricity from renewable thanks to its diverse portfolio

Eesti Energia produced 96 GWh of renewable electricity in May, 15% more than last year. The electricity produced would be sufficient for one year to almost 32,000 average consumption households.

After Prunéřov, other decommissioned coal blocks will follow

The 5th Coal Commission took place on the occasion of the decommissioning of the Prunéřov power plant and it will present the final results of the coal shutdown to the Czech government by the end of the year.

Siemens Energy to connect Crete with mainland Greece facilitating the integration of RES

A consortium led by Siemens Gas and Power has been awarded a turnkey contract for two converter stations for the Greek high-voltage direct-current link that will connect Crete with the mainland.

Czech coal power plant shuts down after 53 years of operations

After 53 years of operation, the 440 MW Prunéřov I coal power plant is now shutting down. Czech utility company ČEZ continues to pursue its strategy of a gradual transition to low- or zero-emission production of electricity.

Enea and Iberdrola interested in offshore wind farms

Enea and Iberdrola signed a letter of intent concerning the investment in offshore wind farms with a possible total capacity of up to 3.3 GW in the Baltic Sea.

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Polish government signs letter of intent for the development of offshore wind power

Representatives of the Polish government and entrepreneurs from the offshore wind industry signed a Letter of Intent on cooperation for the development of offshore wind power.

Amber Grid completes construction of the gas pipeline under the Neris River

The construction of the gas pipeline under the Neris River, part of the Gas Interconnection Poland–Lithuania (GIPL) project, has been successfully completed.

A second chance for coal regions in the energy transition

The EU launched the Just Transition Platform (JTP), to help Member States accessing over 150 billion euros of funds. Coal regions don’t have to die but they can play an active role in the energy transition.

Companies race to become net-zero

Getting to net-zero by 2050 will require tremendous effort from the private sector to make timely and sufficient steps towards decarbonisation. Each industry faces different obstacles, therefore the path they choose may also diverge.