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Enefit Green boosts output of renewable energy 15 pct on year

June 15, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, Tuuleenergia blogi - Tuul

Enefit Green, renewable energy arm of state-owned Eesti Energia group, produced 96 gigawatt-hours of renewable electricity in May, which is 15 percent more than the amount produced in May 2019.

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Estonia: Climate committee decides to continue development of Baltic Sea energy network

June 4, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog - Tuul

The climate and energy committee of the Estonian government has discussed the establishment of wind farms in Estonia and the Baltic Sea and decided to continue developing a network of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea. Read more »

Parnu proposes to initiate designated spatial plan for Paikuse wind farm

June 3, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, Tuuleenergia blogi - Tuul

Parnu city government has forwarded to the council requests from the companies Enefit Green AS and Metsagrupp OU to open the procedure for the preparation of a designated spatial plan for a wind farmin the Paikuse area.  Read more »

State to start screening impact of foreign investments on Estonia’s economic security

June 2, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, International News, Tuuleenergia blogi - Tuul

Estonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas has sent to a round of approvals legislative intent regarding a bill on foreign investment screening, whereby the background of foreign investments that are critical from the perspective of Estonia’s economic security will be probed in greater detail in the future.

“Estonia is a small open economy based on export and reliable foreign investments. The state must guarantee in strategic areas that new capital should not jeopardize national security and vital services like energy, transport, medical equipment, communications and information technology,” Aas said in a press release.  Read more »

Estonian minister: Long-term goals must be kept in mind exiting the crisis

June 1, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, International News, Maailma uudised, old-news - Tuul

Estonia’s Minister of the Environment Rene Kokk on Thursday offered to Minister of Finance Martin Helme an overview of the possibilities of exiting the European Union’s pollution quota trading scheme.

Replying to a question from the finance minister, Kokk said that the directive that serves as basis for the trading system does not set forth a possibility of temporary suspension of the system or provide a possibility for temporary suspension of the application of the directive by individual member states. Read more »

Estonia: Enefit Green’s renewable electricity production up 44 pct on year in April

June 1, 2020 Estonian news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, International News, Tuuleenergia blogi - Tuul

Enefit Green, a renewable energy subsidiary of the Estonian state-owned energy group Eesti Energia, produced 122 gigawatt-hours of renewable electricity in April, 44 percent more than in the same month last year, when the company’s production totaled 85 gigawatt-hours.

The electricity produced during the month would suffice to cover the average consumption of close to 40,000 households for a year. Read more »

Estonian govt rules in favor of opening superficies license procedure for Saare wind farm

June 1, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, International News - Tuul

The Estonian government approved an order on Thursday that will open the superficies license procedure and environmental impact assessment for the construction of a 1.7-billion-euro wind farm off the western coast of Saaremaa.

The request for the opening of the superficies license procedure had been filed by the developer Saare Wind Energy OU. The superficies license procedure may end with the issuance of a superficies license or refusal thereof, the government’s communication office said. Read more »

Broad alliance of European countries calls for an EU industrial policy for renewables

May 11, 2020 Estonian news, EWEA news, EWPA news, EWPA's blog, International News - Tuul

In a letter to EU Commissioner for Internal Market Thierry Breton and EU Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson, ministers from Lithuania, Poland, Greece, Spain, Latvia, Estonia, Austria and Luxemburg call for an EU industrial policy to expand renewables supply chains in Europe.

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