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EIB climate change survey 2021 2022

EIB survey: citizens of China and USA more confident from EU citizens about success of their governments to reduce carbon emissions by 2050

07 November 2021 - According to the European Investment Bank's survey on climate change for 2021-2022, the majority of EU citizens are skeptical about the ability of their countries to successfully reduce carbon emissions by 2050 successfully.

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Serbia freezes electricity prices to help businesses through energy crisis

04 November 2021 - The Serbian government has ordered state power utility EPS to keep electricity prices for business customers unchanged until the end of November.

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Deep-greening transformation is essential for banking competitiveness

02 November 2021 - Banks are missing out on lucrative and innovative opportunities in the new green economy if they don't adapt to the green energy revolution

New wastewater treatment plant in Krusevac makes energy out of sludge

Wastewater treatment plant in Kruševac makes energy out of sludge

01 November 2021 - A newly built wastewater treatment facility in the Serbian city of Kruševac is making biogas out of sludge dried in the Sun

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Energy transition is no threat but opportunity for Western Balkans

29 October 2021 - Damir Miljević talks about this new industrial revolution and the opportunities it brings for economic development in the region.

Fossil fuels received majority of energy subsidies in SEE in 2019

European Commission: Fossil fuels received majority of energy subsidies in SEE in 2019

29 October 2021 - Most energy subsidies in Southeastern Europe in 2019 were directed to fossil fuels, led by Bulgaria and Greece

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Single-use plastic products banned in Slovakia

26 October 2021 - Packaging and non-packaging made of OXO-biodegradable plastic arriving after 3.7.2021. may no longer be placed or distributed on the Slovak market.

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Two Chinese companies to build 84 MW wind farm near Tomislavgrad

25 October 2021 - Ivovik, which will cost EUR 130 million to build, will be the biggest wind farm and the largest-ever investment in renewable energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Kosovo’s 102.6 MW wind farm Bajgora goes on stream

25 October 2021 - The wind farm, with 27 turbines supplied by General Electric, has started feeding electricity into the grid, according to a statement from Notus.

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Leaked papers reveal major pushback against fossil fuel phaseout

22 October 2021 - Saudi Arabia, Australia, and OPEC are lobbying against fossil fuel phaseout, while Brazil and Argentina oppose the promotion of meat-free diet.

Europe first LFP battery gigafactory built in Serbia ElevenEs

Europe’s first LFP battery factory to be built in Serbia

21 October 2021 - ElevenEs will produce LFP batteries for vehicles and energy storage in Subotica, Serbia. It will build the plant with the help of EU funds.

Tuzla to decarbonize district heating system

Tuzla plans to decarbonize its district heating system

19 October 2021 - Tuzla intends to cut heating emissions to 4% of their current level by 2040 with desulphurization, renewables and network expansion

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Coldplay to use fans’ kinetic energy to cut CO2 emissions on world tour

15 October 2021 - To mitigate the carbon footprint during the 2022 tour, the British rock band will use solar panels, biofuel, a mobile rechargeable battery, and a kinetic floor to convert fans’ movements into energy.

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G20 urged to set more ambitious emissions cut targets ahead of COP26

15 October 2021 - The G20 governments need to come up with more ambitious national emissions reduction targets ahead of the UN climate summit COP26, which opens on October 31.

Srdjan Kukolj HEAL

There is no “safe level” of air pollution

15 October 2021 - The World Health Organization (WHO) recently published its long-awaited new guidelines for air quality, which have been updated for the first time since 2005.

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HEP developing 168 MW of solar capacity with local authorities

14 October 2021 - With 11 projects agreed with local authorities following previous public calls, the overall solar capacity HEP is developing has climbed to 168 MW.

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