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Modernising Macedonian electricity market- Q&A with Simon Shutinoski, CEO, National Electricity Market Operator – MEMO

Simon Shutinoski, CEO of North Macedonia's National Electricity Market Operator - MEMO speaks about the main challenges in establishing the country's first power exchange, the successful launch of the organised electricity day-ahead market and the next steps.

How geothermal energy can transform local economies – interview with József Ribányi, Rapporteur, European Committee of the Regions

We sat down with József Ribányi, Rapporteur and member of the ENVE Commission of the European Committee of the Regions to talk about the crucial role of municipalities and local communities in enhancing geothermal energy investments, generating new workplaces and overall creating sustainable and affordable places to live.

Hungary takes on the EU Presidency: facing international climate policy challenges

Hungary has taken over the rotating presidency of the EU from Belgium. Tibor Schaffhauser, Co-Founder of the Green Policy Center examines the green priorities set by the country and the challenges it may face during the upcoming presidency.

Europe’s electricity grid should go digital to match climate ambition, but regulation must follow suit

Cillian O’Donoghue, Eurelectric’s Policy Director, shares with us the main findings of the 'Wired for Tomorrow' study focusing on how DSOs must expand, modernise and digitalise the grid.

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