Stanari thermal power plant lowered intended 43 percent thermal efficiency to 34,1 percent
The originally planned project with an expected net thermal efficiency of 43 percent was modified to a version with a net thermal efficiency of only 34,1 percent. It was changed from supercritical pulverised lignite technology to subcritical Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion. The cooling technology has also been changed from a wet to a dry cooling system. This is one of the main reasons for the loss of thermal efficiency.
The 6th European-Ukrainian Energy Day
The 6th European-Ukrainian Energy Day will take place on 5 November, 2015, in the Premier Palace hotel, Kyiv
Feed-in tariff introduced in Romania
The new Law no.122/2015 approving measures promoting electricity production from renewable sources was adopted by the Romanian Government on 6th of June 2015.
RECAI, established in 2003, ranks 40 countries according to their attractiveness with respect to renewable energy
The index is based on a number of macro, energy market and technology-specific parameters.
Renewable energy accounts for 14% of total electricity consumption of Estonia in Q3
Q3 renewables consumption of Estonia made up 14% of total electricity consumption
New quota system for renewables in Belarus introduced in 2015
A new quota system was introduced in Belarus for the support of renewables
Two new wind farms in Poland installed by the Polish part of RWE
Two new wind farms were put into operation by RWE Polska, part of the German energy company RWE.
New energy efficiency programme launched by the Czech Republic
The programme covers the period until 2021 with a total budget of EUR 900 Mio.
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