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EU to become more independent of Russian oil and gas supplies

15 projects mainly in central and southeastern Europe

Financing of renewable energy in Estonia

Increase of charges for renewable energy in Estonia up from January 2016

New energy development plan until 2030 for Estonia

submitted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications being responsible for the energy policy of the country

Closing of coal mines in the Czech Republic

The drop in coal prices puts the operation of coal mines at risk

Uncertainty over expansion of Poland's wind capacity

Poland's target for wind capacity by 2020 is 15 % of renewables in electricity consumption

Statements by the Hungarian Minister of National Development with respect to

… security of supply, emissions, renewables targets

Workshop on energy interconnection infrastructure as a key for increased security of supply

Perspectives of Armenia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will be presented.

Photovoltaic capacity expanded in Poland

New solar park installed by Solar World

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
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