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Albania Awards 283.9 MW in Solar Power Auction, Lowest Bid at EUR 39.7 per MWh

The auction saw bids exceeding the available quota of 300 MW, with the lowest offer coming in...

Serbia Commits to Nuclear Energy with New Memorandum

This agreement is aimed at advancing the development and application of nuclear energy within the country. The Memorandum was signed by the Ministry of Environmental...

MOL Group Launches Low-Carbon and New Energies Organization in Zagreb

Hungary-based oil and gas company MOL Group has announced the launch of a new Low Carbon and New Energies branch within its Exploration and...

Adriatic Metals Appoints Industry Veteran Laura Tyler as Non-Executive Director

Ms Tyler brings over three decades of mining industry expertise, specialising in technical, technology, and safety applications for Tier 1 projects globally. Her distinguished...

Croatia to Pioneer Energy Conversion Plant from Waste and Sludge

Funded by a €3 million grant from the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund, this project marks a significant step towards sustainable waste management. Operational...

DRI Initiates Major Renewable Energy Projects in Croatia

Both projects, located in the southern Dalmatian region near Split, mark the beginning of DRI’s ambition to establish up to 500 MW of wind...

China Surges Ahead in High-Tech Nuclear Power, Leaving US 15 Years Behind

According to a recent study by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a Washington-based think tank, the United States finds itself trailing China by...

Dušan Živković Appointed as CEO of Elektroprivreda Srbije

The Supervisory Board of Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) has appointed Dušan Živković as the new Chief Executive Officer of the company. Živković, an electrical engineering expert...

China Connects World’s Largest Solar Plant to Power Grid

China's PowerChina has successfully connected the world's largest solar power plant to the grid. Located near Urumqi in the autonomous region of Xinjiang, the...

North Macedonia Eyes Major Wind Park Investment Amid Energy Transition

The initiative marks one of the first major foreign investments under the incoming government, led by Prime Minister-designate Hristijan Mickoski. Located between Karbinci, Štip, and...

Aleksandar Kovačević, Energy Economist

Why to change how we obtain energy

Beyond arguments for energy transition that are underpinned by international obligations (Paris Agreement, Energy Community Treaty, etc.), climate change, accession to the EU and...

Ante Mandić Appointed Head of Petrol Croatia for Four-Year Term

Ante Mandić has been named the new head of Petrol Croatia, taking over from Simona Kostrevc who has transitioned to a directorial role within...

Slovenian Firm NGEN to Build Major Battery Storage Facility in Germany

Slovenian battery storage specialist NGEN has signed a contract with German state-owned gas giant Uniper to construct a significant storage facility at the Heyden...

Slovenia’s Jožef Stefan Institute Launches Facility to Advance Fusion Energy Research

Slovenia's premier research institution, the Jožef Stefan Institute (IJS), has inaugurated a new facility at its TRIGA nuclear research reactor, aimed at advancing fusion...

Solaris Pons Opens Milestone Solar Power Plant, Will Sell Excess Energy

Solaris Pons has inaugurated its 1,000th solar power plant, SE Dilj Našice, with a capacity of 990 kilowatts, located in Našice, Croatia. The plant,...
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