Serbia-Energy.Eu SEE region weekly news digest 16/2014

25. April 2014. / SEE Energy News

Montenegro exclusive: Italy-MNE power cable project insight, Toshiba Europe director Sam Zadeh about the project

Energy interconnection between Italy and Montenegro, called “Monita”, is one of the largest and technically the most challenging projects of electricity transmission, which is currently implemented

Croatia: Cannon Power Group to invest 220MEUR in wind park Konavle

After 14 years, how much was required to obtain various permits and land acquisition, and the cost of seven MEUR, all is ready to start building of the largest Dalmatian wind farm in Konavle

Croatia: 800MW new TPP Ploce will be constructed and managed by an international investment fund

Croatia is able to relieve itself from the dependence of 30 percent of its energy imports if new TPP Ploce is constructed, the ​​’prefeasibility’ study has been made, showing that the construction of

Montenegro: TSO company CGES marks profit 2.6 MEUR

Montenegro transmission system finished last year with profit of 2, 64 MEUR, two and a half time less than at the end of 2012th. The State is owner of 55 percent of CGES shares, while the Italian

Croatia: Energy company HEP strikes back on Greens, By replacing TPP Plomin 1 for new unit C harmful gases emissions will be less than they are now

Croatia energy company HEP has reacted to the protest action of Greenpeace, Green Action and Green Istria who warned that air pollution causes premature death of about 17 people per year

Romania: What is the average price of the imported gas on the Romanian market?

Romania imported gas at average price of 400 dollars for 1.000 cubic meters this year, shows report for 2013th, which prepared National energy regulator.

Serbia & SEE: Power balance and perspective of south east Europe market , The need for construction of new capacities

Whole region is import-oriented. Serbia can use its central and strategically important position only with appropriate action and consideration of market development. Serbia Energy analysis makes

Montenegro: Selection of technology and boiler for the new TPP Pljevlja unit, bidders evaluation in progress

Advantages and disadvantages of two technologies are defined by analysis of various parameters . Selection of the boiler type and coal combustion technology for unit II of Thermal Power Plant

Republika Srpska: Development of electric power system of Republika Srpska, Towards the opening of “Ugljevik III”

Design of plant preceded by a series of preparatory activities, on which base they can bring the optimal decision. Serbia Energy analyzed the location and integration of the Thermal power plant

Republika Srpska: New TPP “Ugljevik III “, The positive impact on energy balances of the region

The main thermal power potential of Republika Srpska is based on reserves of brown coal and lignite. Works on the coal excavation in the municipality of Ugljevik began in 1899th. Existing TPP

Bulgaria: Electricity exports to Turkey 150MEUR in 2013

The amount of electricity Turkey imports from Iran, Bulgaria and Greece increased 63 percent in the first two months of 2014 compared to the same period a year earlier.

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