May 19, 2017

MK Fintel Wind first green energy firm on Belgrade Stock Exchange

The MK Fintel Wind company, jointly owned by the Italian Fintel Energia Spa and MK Group, is set to become the first green energy produced in Serbia to sell shares…

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May 16, 2017

GGF provides EUR 20 million senior loan to UniCredit Bank for renewable energy financing in Serbia

The senior loan for financing renewable energy projects represents the beginning of the cooperation between GGF and UniCredit Bank Serbia. The renewable energy projects to be financed by the GGF loan…

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May 15, 2017

There’s no such thing as a free lunch

By Kristina Cvejanov, President on Serbian Packaging Waste Recyclers Association The media recently reported that Serbia is preparing to open Chapter 27 on the environment in its accession negotiations with the…

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May 10, 2017

Serbian petroleum company NIS will have to pay eco-tax unless it proves exemption

Serbian authorities reiterated their position that all companies have to pay environmental tax, including the Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS) which allegedly doesn’t pay it on the basis of the…

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May 8, 2017

Waste exchange about to be launched in Serbia, RTS finds out what are the benefits

In Serbia, only 10% of waste is recycled, which means that the country is loosing profit worth EUR 50 million annually. Used paper, PET packaging waste, glass and metal mostly…

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May 5, 2017

EPCG joining SEEPEX later this year just the first step in further integration with other power markets

Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG), national power utility company of Montenegro is currently preparing paper work to become member of SEEPEX, licensed Serbian power market operator. CEO of SEEPEX Miloš Mladenović…

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May 4, 2017

World Bank suggesting strategic partner for EPS, Branko Kovačević: that is not good idea

Tony Verheijen, Country Manager of the World Bank in Serbia said that privatization of Electric Power Industry (EPS) would be too complicated, which is the reason for the government to possibly…

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May 3, 2017

City of Belgrade in global UN initiative SE4ALL – our endeavors to make capital wealthier, healthier and economically stronger

By Miodrag Grujić, Head of Climate Change, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources,  City of Belgrade – Secretariat for Environmental Protection As a member of the City of Belgrade delegation,…

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April 29, 2017

Electric vehicles in Serbia – Slovenia as a role-model, Croatia bad example

Serbia records neither incentives nor necessary infrastructure for electric vehicles. Private sector’s initiatives could be a game-changer. Number of charging stations on the rise in Southeastern Europe The Faculty of mechanical…

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April 26, 2017

Minister Antić inaugurates RENEXPO WATER & ENERGY 2017 in Belgrade

Minister of mining and energy Aleksandar Antić inaugurated 4th RENEXPO WATER & ENERGY international fair. Antić said that Serbia has been investing EUR 10 million for energy efficiency refurbishment of…

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