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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Monday, 26.06.2017, 08:14

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Fortum to open 2nd district cooling plant in Tartu

Fortum to open 2nd district cooling plant in Tartu

21.06.2017

Fortum Tartu AS is about on Thursday to open its second district cooling plant in the south Estonian city of Tartu, built for an investment of 3.5 mln euros, reports LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Energy, Energy Market, Estonia, Good for Business, Investments



Lithuanian parlt declares Belarus' N-plant a threat to natnl security

Lithuanian parlt declares Belarus' N-plant a threat to natnl security

15.06.2017

The Lithuanian parliament has decided that Belarus' nuclear power plant under construction in Astravyets, a mere 50 kilometers from Vilnius, is unsafe and poses a threat to national security, environment and public health, reports LETA/BNS.

Electricity price declined on Estonian and Finnish power exchanges in May

Electricity price declined on Estonian and Finnish power exchanges in May

14.06.2017

The average market price of electricity in price area Finland and price area Estonia of the Nord Pool power exchange fell respectively 2.2% and 1.7% in May, which means that the month's average power exchange price was 30.67 euros per megawatt-hour in Finland and 30.66 euros per MWh in Estonia, writes LETA/BNS.


Western European electricity market Epex Spot eyes entering Lithuania

Western European electricity market Epex Spot eyes entering Lithuania

13.06.2017

Epex Spot, the electricity market operating in Germany, France and other countries in Western Europe, intends to enter Lithuania, reports LETA/BNS.

Lithuanian power plant's Unit 9 to produce electricity Friday

Lithuanian power plant's Unit 9 to produce electricity Friday

08.06.2017

Electricity price will remain higher than usual on the market on Friday, therefore, Unit Nine of the Elektrenai power plant, which is operated by the Lietuvos Energijos Gamyba (Lithuanian Energy Production, LEG) will generate electricity, LEG spokesman Valentas Neviera confirmed to LETA/BNS.


08.06.2017

Elering to enable businesses to sell energy surplus back to the network

Estonian electricity and gas transmission system operator Elering and electricity consumption aggregator Energia Juhtimiskeskus OU have signed a pilot project agreement, which will allow businesses to sell their energy surplus back to the network, informed LETA/BNS.

08.06.2017

Firm setting up electric car charging network in Lithuania

Elektromobiliai, the owner of the autoPildyk chain of electric vehicle charging stations, has built new stations in the Curonian Spit resort of Nida and will soon open one in the seaside resort town of Palanga as it moves forward with plans to electrify more Lithuanian cities and towns, LETA/BNS reported according to the business daily Verslo Zinios.

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