Tuesday, October 20, 2020
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Poland’s anti-monopoly authority fines Gazprom and its business partners engaged in Nord Stream 2

The President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection imposes a fine on Gazprom and its partners engaged in the Nord Stream 2 project because they circumvented the competition laws concerning mergers.

Phasing out coal in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic: coordinated energy policies are needed

Phasing out coal from the electricity sector is crucial for Europe’s coal triangle: Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. The move away from coal in one country will not count if neighbouring countries continue to produce energy from coal.

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.
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Russia’s TVEL completes development of the new nuclear fuel modification for Hungary’s Paks NPP

TVEL has completed the project of development and validation of the new nuclear fuel modification for the VVER-440 reactors operated at the Paks NPP in Hungary. It will increase the efficiency of fuel usage and advance the economic performance of the power plant operation.

Comprehensive national policies key for CEE to take advantage of the energy transition

Michał Motylewski from Dentons writes about how CEE countries made insufficient use of the National Energy and Climate Plans. Where policies today are fragmented, they need to be aligned and supplemented.

PGNiG to join the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

PGNiG is joining the newly launched European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, which offers new opportunities for advancing green hydrogen technologies and a direct influence on EU regulations in this area.

Multi-partner platform launched for the transformation of coal regions in the Western Balkans and Ukraine

The World Bank, the EBRD, the European Commission, the Energy Community Secretariat and the Government of Poland joined forces for an initiative that provides dedicated help for coal-dependent regions in the Western Balkans and Ukraine.