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.
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.
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).
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.
Orlen to start roll-out of RES petrol stations
On Thursday, the Polish energy company, PKN Orlen announced that it will start a roll-out of petrol stations powered by renewable energy sources, following a successful pilot project in Bydgoszcz.
SOCAR signs MoU with Japan Bank for International Cooperation on decarbonisation projects
SOCAR signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the promotion of cooperation in the field of decarbonisation with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC).
Scaling up renewable energy solutions: what is needed in CEE
Independently from the actors involved or the financing mechanisms and incentives preferred, one thing everybody can agree on is that grid stability is a 'sine qua non' for a successful scale-up of renewable energy sources in CEE.
New MoU signed to transport green electricity between Greece and Egypt
Greece's Copelouzos Group signed an MoU with Infinity Power to jointly develop renewable energy projects that will deliver green electricity from Egypt to Greece.
Poland hit record 47% energy import in recent years, report says
Poland's import of energy hit a record of 43 per cent in 2021, which has been rising since 2013, according to a new report by Forum Energii.
Role of TSOs is crucial for the development of RES, Latvian Minister of Climate and Energy says
The Minister of Climate and Energy, Raimonds Čudars emphasised that both the transmission and distribution grids play a crucial role in developing RES.
US provides aid to Moldova to attract large-scale wind power generation investments
USAID-funded Moldova Energy Security Activity has approved financial assistance to the UK-based special purpose company, HPI Wind to aid the company's efforts in attracting renewable energy investments in Moldova.
Ukraine and UK look to strengthen energy transition cooperation
Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Energy, Yaroslav Demchenkov held an online meeting with representatives from the UK Department for Energy Security and Net Zero to discuss expanding bilateral cooperation in green energy.