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Portugal on track to become coal-free by year end

The Sines coal plant in Portugal went offline at midnight yesterday evening (14 January), leaving Portugal with just one remaining coal power station in operation, which is scheduled for closure in November.

read more... 15/01/2021


UK, EU working out details of energy co-operation

UK gas and electricity transmission system operators need to decide on new working arrangements with EU bodies following the UK's exit from the EU.

read more... 11/01/2021


Croatia’s LNG terminal starts commercial operation

Croatia’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) import facility has started commercial operations on January 1, right on schedule.

read more... 05/01/2021


Belarus unit starts pilot operation

Unit 1 of the first nuclear power plant to be built in Belarus started pilot operation yesterday, Russia's Rosatom has announced. Pilot operation is the final and longest check of a power unit before commissioning. The unit is be the first of the VVER-1200 design to be built outside Russia.

read more... 24/12/2020


Greece becomes ‘most important hub for alternative gas’ in Southeast Europe

As the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) became operational last month, a Greek official stated that his country had become the most important hub for gas from sources other than Russia in Southeastern Europe, also thanks to its LNG terminals.

read more... 10/12/2020