Saturday, May 27, 2023


ESO continues renovation of Bulgaria’s electricity transmission network

The completely renovated and reconstructed 110 kV substation Targovishte 2 was put into operation by Bulgaria's TSO ESO, in line with its strategy of modernising and upgrading the country's electricity system.

Offshore wind farm commissioned in Ukraine, despite armed conflict

The Tyligulska wind farm, being built amid the armed conflict in Ukraine, has officially been commissioned, the largest Ukrainian private energy company DTEK confirmed on Monday.

2 mln euros to Enefit Volt to expand its EV charging network in 4 countries

Enefit Volt, the largest provider of electric vehicle charging solutions in Estonia, will receive 2 million euros of financial support from the CEF to expand its charging network in four countries.

Polish hydrogen economy to be predicated on Hydrogen Valleys, Minister says

The development of Poland's hydrogen economy will be predicated on the creation of Hydrogen Valleys, the Polish Deputy Minister and Government Plenipotentiary for RES, Ireneusz Zyska said during a recent conference.

First panel installed at the Garadagh solar power plant

Azerbaijan's Energy Minister Parviz Shahbazov together with the CEO of Masdar Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi inspected the area where the Garadagh solar power plant is being built.

Naftogaz launches production well of 580,000 cubic metres of gas per day

Ukrgasvydobuvannya (Naftogaz Group) has launched a new production well with a depth of 5,800 metres and current production rate of 580,000 cubic metres of gas per day.

Top 5 stories of the week: 19 – 25 May

We have this week's Top 5 stories ready for your weekend reading list!

EBA and GIE: new record for biomethane production in Europe

Europe reached a total of 1,322 biomethane-producing facilities by April 2023, according to the Biomethane Map, jointly published by the European Biogas Association (EBA) and Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE).

New ambitions in biomethane, greater flexibility in LNG supplies – interview with PGNiG PKN ORLEN’s Central Branch Director

We sat down with PGNiG PKN ORLEN's Central Branch Director, Iwona Waksmundzka-Olejniczak to discuss the ORLEN Group's new 2030 strategy and the company's existing and future LNG suppliers.

Orlen begins transmission infrastructure construction for Baltic Power offshore wind farm 

On Monday, the Orlen Group and Northland Power commenced the construction of an onshore substation for the Baltic Power offshore wind farm.

New Minister of Environment determined to continue the transition to a greener Slovakia

Summarising its work over the past three years, Slovakia's Ministry of Environment led by Ján Budaj was very positive. And the new Minister, Milan Chrenko said to want to continue what was started.

EU reaffirms support for Moldova’s energy sector

European Commission reaffirmed its support for Moldova and its energy sector during the fourth EU-Moldova High-Level Energy Dialogue on Tuesday.

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