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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 14.07.2020, 20:34

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Estonia's 2020 renewable energy subsidy budget short of EUR 9 mln

Estonia's 2020 renewable energy subsidy budget short of EUR 9 mln

14.07.2020

Although the government decided last week to allocate four million euros to cover costs for renewable energy instead of raising prices, there is still a shortfall of nine million euros in the estimated amount of subsidy that producers will be eligible for by the end of the year, public broadcaster ERR reported, cites LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Energy, Estonia, Financial Services, Legislation



Ventspils port terminals see 41.1% drop in cargo turnover in H1

Ventspils port terminals see 41.1% drop in cargo turnover in H1

14.07.2020

During the first six months of 2020, terminals operating at the northwestern Latvian port of Ventspils reloaded 6.8 million tons of cargo, which is a decrease of 41.1 percent against the respective period a year ago, writes LETA, according to the information published by the Ventspils port.

Elektrum Lietuva: Wholesale electricity prices fall across Baltics for 2nd week running

Elektrum Lietuva: Wholesale electricity prices fall across Baltics for 2nd week running

14.07.2020

Wholesale electricity prices fell in all three Baltic countries for the second week in a row amid increased cross-border energy flows within the region and higher-than-usual flows from the Nordic countries, Elektrum Lietuva said.


Maciulis: Polish-EU ties to remain strained after Duda's re-election

Maciulis: Polish-EU ties to remain strained after Duda's re-election

13.07.2020

Poland's relations with the European Union will remain strained if Poland's conservative President Andrzej Duda wins a second term, a Lithuanian economist said on Monday, cites LETA/BNS.

Road hauliers again filling up at stations in Estonia

Road hauliers again filling up at stations in Estonia

13.07.2020

Since the difference in the price of diesel sold at filling stations in Estonia and in neighboring countries such as the other Baltic states or Russia has narrowed to almost zero, Estonian road hauliers are no longer keen to have their trucks fill up in other countries, Postimees reported over the weekend, cites LETA/BNS.


10.07.2020

Freeport of Ventspils reports 40.9% drop in cargo turnover in H1

During the first half 2020 cargo turnover in the Freeport of Ventspils fell 40.9% from the respective period a year ago, informs LETA, according to information available on the port's website.

10.07.2020

Estonia: ELMO Rent buys 15 electric vehicles from Volkswagen

The short-term electric car-rental company ELMO Rent has bought 15 Volkswagen e-up electric vehicles from the Mustamae sales and service center of car dealership Moller Auto.

10.07.2020

Estonia supports allocation of EUR 4 mln to Elering

The Estonian government at a meeting on Thursday approved the allocation of four million euros from the government reserve to transmission system operator (TSO) Elering for the payment of renewable energy subsidies, writes LETA/BNS.

10.07.2020

Lithuania's Ignalina N-plant to issue new call for tenders for repository contract

Lithuania's Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP), which was shut down a decade ago and is now being decommissioned, last week rejected all three bids submitted by potential contractors in a tender process for the construction of a 100-million-euro near surface repository for low and intermediate level short-lived radioactive waste, known as the B25-2 project, reported LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

Estonia approves terms of Alexela's EUR 37 mln loan

The Estonian government on Thursday approved the terms of a 37-million-euro loan to Alexela Grupp, reports LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

New Novatek LNG cargo arrives in Lithuania's Klaipeda

A new cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia's gas company Novatek arrived in the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda on Thursday, writes LETA/BNS.

09.07.2020

50% companies operating at Ventspils Port still having problems making payments

Around 50 percent of companies operating at Ventspils Port are still having problems making payments, Andris Purmalis, the head of the Ventspils Freeport Authority, admitted in an interview with Latvian Radio on July 9th, reports LETA.

09.07.2020

Estonia making preparations for introducing hydrogen energy

he Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications is developing a pilot project on hydrogen with a view to making preparations for developing the hydrogen energy sector and testing the chain for the production and consumption of hydrogen in Estonia, writes LETA/BNS.

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