‘Finland could be cut off gas by Russia this week’

Finland’s state-owned energy provider has warned that there is “a real risk” of natural gas supply

Lithuania first EU country to cut Russian gas completely

The nation will now rely on its own LNG production, calling on the rest of Europe to do the same

Vattenfall invests €1m in Estonian nuclear energy start-up

The collaboration will further explore the maturity of small modular reactor technology and the prospects for deployment of one or several such reactors in Estonia until 2035

Rolls-Royce and Fermi Energia team up for compact nuclear power stations

The study of small modular reactors will cover all aspects of deployment, including grid suitability, cooling, emergency planning, human resources, licensing feasibility, economics and supply chain

United Utilities to sell stake in Estonian water company for £87.6m

It is United Utilities’ last remaining non-regulated international business activity and is being sold to a consortium led by its existing partner, the City of Tallinn

Estonian firm lent €12m to commercialise fuel cell tech

It plans to manufacture around two million cells per year, accounting for an electrical capacity of 50MW

Finland-Estonia gas interconnector gets €187m

The European Commission has signed a deal to invest €187 million (£166.43m) in a gas interconnector between Finland and Estonia. The Balticonnector is the first gas interconnector which links the two countries and will allow Finland to enter the rest of the EU market as it is currently largely dependent on a single supplier. The EU funding will […]

Estonian shale oil firm bags €35m to cut emissions

A shale oil processing company in Estonia has been given a loan worth €35 million (£27.4m) for projects aimed at reduce emissions. The cash will be used by Viru Keemia Grupp (VKG) to finance the construction of two fuel gas desulphurisation plants – which will remove sulphur dioxide (SO2) from the gas before it is […]

Estonia gets loan for emergency back-up power plant

Estonia has got a 15-year loan for finishing its back-up gas and liquid fuel power station. The European Investment Bank is lending €32 million (£26m) to the transmission system operator, Elering. Based in northern Estonia, Kiisa is the Baltic nation’s first emergency reserve power plant, previously it relied on back up generation from Latvia. Building […]

Estonia officially joins the IEA

Estonia has today officially become the 29th member of the International Energy Agency (IEA). The EU nation has completed the final step towards full membership, including emergency oil stocks, the IEA said. To meet a central requirement for full IEA membership, Estonia had to set aside emergency oil stocks equivalent to at least 90 days […]