28 July 2021 - ProCredit Bank Kosovo has invited bids from interested companies to build and operate a 3 MW grid-connected solar photovoltaic power plant in the municipality of Lipjan.
26 July 2021 - The Government has withdrawn controversial changes to the Water Law that would have introduced no-bid agreements for the lease of public waterside land.
26 July 2021 - The optimal solution for Serbia’s energy sector is a hybrid model that entails a coal phaseout and transition to renewable energy sources, with natural gas and hydrogen as transitional fuels, experts say.
23 July 2021 - Montenegrin state power utility EPCG has decided to pay EUR 30.8 million in dividends to shareholders from retained earnings.
23 July 2021 - Aluminum of Greece (AoG), the country’s biggest electricity consumer, plans to switch entirely to green energy from 2030, as it signs its last electricity supply deal with Public Power Corporation.
22 July 2021 - Croatia will express its interest in being a partner in the construction of a new unit of Slovenia's nuclear power plant Krško, says Tomislav Ćorić.
22 July 2021 - Elon Musk has confirmed that electric car maker Tesla intends to make its fast chargers available to vehicles from other brands this year.
20 July 2021 - An energy permit for a second unit of Slovenian nuclear power plant Krško has been issued, but a final decision on the project has yet to be made.
20 July 2021 - Croatia's parliament has adopted a new law on waste management which bans the sale of single-use plastic products.
19 July 2021 - The EIB has signed a EUR 120 million loan to help Romanian power supplier Electrica modernize its distribution network, introduce advanced metering, and integrate renewable energy sources.
19 July 2021 - Greece has achieved a 56.3% reduction in emissions in the sectors covered by the EU ETS, the third best performance among member states.
16 July 2021 - Serbia recorded the sharpest decline in household waste recycling in Europe between 2010 and 2019, of 70%, with the average recycling rate of just 0.4%.
15 July 2021 - The Serbian parliament has approved controversial changes to the Water Law, introducing no-bid agreements for the lease of public waterside land despite opposition from non-governmental organizations.
14 July 2021 - As clean hydrogen remains far less cost-effective than fossil fuels, the EU is urged to adopt policies that would bring down its production costs and make it competitive with fossil fuels.
14 July 2021 - While the US is the world’s biggest generator of plastic waste, India is responsible for dumping the largest amounts of plastics into the ocean.
13 July 2021 - Even though people around Serbia are increasingly protesting Rio Tinto’s plan to open a jadarite mine, the British-Australian miner is in talks with the government on expanding the project.