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Serbia’s electricity crisis: EPS struggling to get coal plants back online

Mud-laden lignite has caused a breakdown in Serbia’s biggest thermal power plants after heavy snowfall. State-owned coal and electricity producer EPS got some of the aging units functioning again, but the country is still relying on power imports and the government is blaming the company’s management. As coal plants are becoming obsolete, renewables are Serbia’s best bet, Professor Nikola…
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First commercial PPA in Croatia signed by wpd, Danske Commodities

Energy project developer and operator wpd and energy trader Danske Commodities signed a fixed-price commercial power purchase agreement – PPA for the Orlice wind farm in Croatia. The very first post-feed-in commercial PPA between two non-state market participants in Croatia is about to be consumed, marking a new chapter in the energy transition of the Balkans. Under the agreement, Danske…
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Kikinda to install 80 MW solar power plant

The company Greenco Ecopark based in Novi Sad plans to build a photovoltaic facility with a capacity of 80 megawatts (MW) in Kikinda city territory. Greenco Ecopark will install a solar power plant in the area of ​​the village Sajan on 150 hectares of uncultivated land of the lowest quality, the City of Kikinda said and added the investment is estimated at EUR 60-70 million. Greenco Ecopark…
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Solar power plant to be built at former Trbovlje-Hrastnik coal mine in Slovenia

Solar power plant Blate is planned to have a peak capacity of 1.5 MW. It means it would be among the largest in Slovenia, according to Rudis, the company that is about to install it at the site of the former Trbovlje-Hrastnik coal mine. In its spatial plan, the Municipality of Hrastnik envisages a photovoltaic plant at Blate, on the site of a former coal mine and tailings dump in the…
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