Energy Daily 13.04.2016

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Table of content, edition 13.04.2016:


[Region, 11.04.] United States support Israeli gas deliveries to Europe

[Albania, 12.04.] OST published tender for consulting services for Albania-Macedonia transmission line construction

[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 11.04.] IVICOM Consulting to build wind farm in USK

[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 12.04.] Council of Ministers gave support for TPP Tuzla unit 7 project

[Bosnia and Herzegovina, 12.04.] Coalmines in FBiH increased production

[Bulgaria, 11.04.] Upgraded Strandzha gas compressor station put into operation

[Croatia, 11.04.] Sisacko-moslavacka County to build solar power plant

[Greece, 11.04.] Electricity VAT increase would devastate PPC

[Macedonia, 11.04.] 217,332 MWh of electricity produced by wind farms in last 2 years

[Macedonia, 11.04.] 110 kV transmission line Skopje-Tetovo under construction

[Montenegro, 12.04.] Electricity distribution to be separated from EPCG

[Romania, 11.04.] RCS & RDS sued the Government, ANRE, Enel and Electrica

[Romania, 11.04.] Romania does not need new electricity production facilities

[Romania, 12.04.] Electricity consumption increased by 5.8 % in the first two months of 2016

[Romania, 12.04.] Coal energy to provide over 20 % of Romania’s consumption in next 20-30 years


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