Friday, September 14, 2012

Slovak electricity market successfully interconnects with the Hungarian

Week in Slovakia (September 10 - September 16, 2012)


Monday - 10th September 2012


Slovakia and Hungary restore the negotiations of the hydroelectric dam Gabčíkovo. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

The feasibility study, which should provide answers to important questions about the project of construction of a new nuclear power plant in Jaslovské Bohunice, should be prepared in the second half of this year. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Decommissioning of nuclera power plant A1 and V1 goes according to plan. The scheduled date of completion of decommissioning nuclear power plant A1 will be in 2033 and nuclear power plant V1 in 2025. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

According to Ministry of Economy last year solar power plants produced 310 Gigawatt hours (GWh) of electric energy. This represents 1.1 % of total electricity production in Slovakia. The total solar installed capacity is 512 MW. (more information)

The consumers should consume 29 TWh of electricity this year. In a two years the electricity consumption might return to the pre-crisis values and the consumption should be 30.1 TWh of electricity. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Tuesday - 11th September 2012


Today the organizers of short-term market in three countries – Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary – have officially launched common day-ahead electricity market coupling on the principle of implicit capacity allocation. (more information)

Wednesday - 12th September 2012


Slovak electricity market successfully interconnects with the Hungarian. The connection allows the parallel trade market for energy exchanges of all three countries of Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary, up to the available transmission capacity. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

Eighty percent of nuclear reactors in the world according to UN are over 20 years. For this reason in the EU more than 45 should be decommissioned until 2025. State Secretary of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic Štefan Chudoba confirmed that Slovakia is able to prepare qualified people for liquidation of the nuclear power plants (NPPs). (more information)

Consumption of natural gas in Slovakia should stagnate. In this and next year Slovak consumers should consume 5.3 billion. m3 of gas. (more information - automatic translation via Google Translate)

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