Ministry thinks to turn power off when it gets coldEconomy
- Network operator says Estonia to halve power productionEconomy
- Economy minister to merge administration of railway and harbourEconomy
- North-East Estonia vulnerable to nuclear disaster in RussiaEconomy
- Africa en example for energy independence to EstoniaEconomy
- Fixed rate electricity tariffs would power monopolyEconomy
- Electric power industry pivotally impacted by solution from EstoniaEconomy
- Government discusses bundling transport firms under single holding companyEconomy
- Elering buys Gazprom's 37 pct stake in Estonian gas transmission networkEconomy
- Natgas imports from Lithuania make up 17 pct of total in FebruaryEconomy
- Elering proposal fails to flare Gazprom passionEconomy
- Estlink 2 to be out of operation Oct 12-21 due to maintenance worksEconomyThe Estonia-Finland undersea power cable Estlink 2 will be out of operation between Oct. 12 and 21 because the cable's joint closures that recently brought down the cable twice during a period of one month due to their insufficient moistureproofness are to be made moistureproof by constructor Nexans Norway.
- Wanted: three Estonian kingsEconomy
- Elering borrows EUR 10 mln from NIB for Estlink 2EconomyThe Estonian state-owned transmission system operator Elering AS on Monday signed a 20-year maturity loan agreement of 10 million euros with the Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) for the construction of Estlink 2, a new high-voltage power connection being built across the Gulf of Finland between the Baltic countries and the Nordic region.
- Estonian gas co: We cannot sell gas on Elering's tender conditionsEconomy
- Estonia: Elering to buy natgas for standby power plant from Eesti EnergiaEconomy
- Share of contract-based electricity purchases climbs to 88% in AprilEconomy
- Power exchange system price up in april, Baltic prices down on Latvian hydro energyEconomy
- Fortum gets EUR 1.6 mln in renewable energy support in AprilEconomy
- Elering’s first quarter revenue increased by 8 millionEconomy
- Electricity export nearly doubles in marchLocal News
- Universal service electricity purchases fall to 13 percent of total consumption in marchEconomyCustomers using a universal service purchased 13 percent of all the electricity consumed in March, a drop of three percentage points compared to February. At the same time, the amounts of electricity purchased by customers holding a contract rose to 87 percent of total consumption, Elering reported.
- Cold weather drives up electricity market price in marchEconomy
- Universal service electricity accounted for 13 pct of consumption in MarchEconomy
- Electricity output grows 11% in FebruaryEconomyThis February, electricity production in Estonia reached 1060 gigawatt-hours, which is 11 percent higher than the same time last year. The main reason for the increase in electricity production was the growing share of exports in the electricity trade, as well as the low price of CO2 emission quotas, Elering reported.
- Unusually warm february lowers electricity market priceEconomy
- Estonian transmission system operator to invest EUR over 200 mln this yearEconomy
- Elering: efficient use of electricity infrastructure to enable bigger imports of electricity from Northern EuropeEconomy
- Electricity generation grows by nearly a quarter in JanuaryEconomy
- In January 83% of total electricity consumed purchased via open market contracts Attached graph!Economy
- Tallinn Power Plant receives the most renewable energy support in JanuaryEconomy
- Electricity Consumption Grew Four Percent Last YearEconomy
- CEO: Elering keen in principle to buy Estonia's natgas networkEconomy
- Elering posts fourth quarter net profit of 15.1 million eurosEconomy
- Renewable Energy Grows to Nearly 15% of Total Consumption Last YearEconomy
- Eslink CEO: Estlink2 could save Estonian society EUR 50 mln per yearEconomy
- Last Year Nordic Market Electricity Price Dropped by a ThirdEconomyThe Nordic power exchange Nord Pool Spot (NPS) has had a positive year 2012, particularly for consumers, as the NPS system price dropped 34% compared to 2011 to a total of 31.20 euros per megawatt-hour. This makes the system price roughly the same as the regulated electricity price that was set for Estonia until the end of last year, reported Elering.