Global Energy News
Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions fell by 23% on 1990 levels
Carbon dioxide emissions in the EU show a record-low indicating a decoupling of energy and economy as the latter one is experiencing an upward movement in Europe.
1207 power stations running on renewable energy in Croatia
At the beginning of August, 1207 power stations running on renewable energy were included in the Croatian system of subsidized power stations. Total capacity amounts to 430,88 MW.
Bpysolar to build 499 kW solar farm in Hungary with EU support
Bpysolar Kft announced this week its plans to build a 499 kW solar power system in eastern Hungary, with own funds and subsidies from the EU and the state.
Montenegro is implementing the Third Energy Package in cooperation with the Energy Community
In order to transpose the Third Energy Package for the purpose of gas market regulation, Montenegro has started the process of drafting the required secondary legislation.
Belarus meets five UN Millennium Development Goals
One of these goals is the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, that include besides addressing current social problems the protection of the environment.
Windy first half-year brought record renewable energy production in Estonia
The first half of the year has been satisfying for wind farm owners.
EBRD loans €165 Million to boost renewable energy in Turkey
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has so far financed 42 projects through seven Turkish banks, creating more than 700MW in additional renewable capacity.
Two Energy Infrastructure Projects in Bulgaria receive funding by EU
EU member states approved the proposal of the European Commission to allocate EUR 150 Mio to twenty key trans-European energy infrastructure projects.
Serbia installed wind capacity to increase to 542 MW by 2025
Total onshore wind installed capacity in Serbia will increase from just 20 MW in 2014 to an estimated 542 MW by 2025.
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