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Vattenfall Europe s largest electric boiler Amsterdam

Vattenfall to install Europe’s largest electric boiler in Amsterdam

15 June 2021 - Vattenfall will use electricity from wind farms and solar parks to store heat in a 150 MW electric boiler system in Amsterdam

Greece solar power free electricity poor households

Greece to build solar power plants for free electricity for poor households

15 June 2021 - Greece earmarked EUR 100 million in subsidies for the construction of photovoltaic facilities to supply electricity to the people in need

Citizens dig up illegal waste Zrenjanin mayor

Citizens dig up illegal waste, take it to Zrenjanin mayor

14 June 2021 - Citizens and activists dug up some of the waste that they say was dumped by a plastics recycling plant and brought it in front of the Zrenjanin Town Hall

Slovenia three mixed waste incinerators sludge

Slovenia to build three mixed waste incinerators, solve sludge issue

11 June 2021 - Minister Andrej Vizjak says the Government of Slovenia would determine concession areas and help municipalities build three incinerators

OX2 wind power 402 MW Romania

OX2 may revive wind power projects of 402 MW in Romania

10 June 2021 - A Swedish company is bringing back to life its dormant wind power projects in Romania's Black Sea region of Dobrogea, a news outlet learned.

EU revising state aid guidelines climate energy environment

EU is revising state aid guidelines for climate, energy, environment

10 June 2021 - The EU is revising state aid rules for the environment and energy. It proposed a competitive bidding system and covering up to 100% of funding gaps.

Greece connection renewable power 6 GW 2021

Greece may approve connection of renewable power plants of 6 GW in 2021

09 June 2021 - Admie expects to approve the connection of 6 GW to the grid in Greece this year for green power plant projects, out of 10 GW planned through 2030

EBRD auctions number one tool renewable energy interview Matteo Colangeli

EBRD promotes auctions as number one tool for renewable energy growth

09 June 2021 - EBRD's Director for Western Balkans Matteo Colangeli says it is helping roll out renewable energy auctions and that it would fund decarbonization and bilateral power purchase agreements

North Macedonia revoke concessions small hydropower

North Macedonia to revoke concessions for small hydropower plants

08 June 2021 - Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said most concession contracts for small hydropower plants in North Macedonia would be annulled regardless of possible litigation

Vienna excess wind power district heating

Vienna to use excess wind power for district heating

08 June 2021 - Water will be heated in two reservoirs with surplus electricity at times of slow demand, so no wind power is wasted, to supply buildings in Vienna

Rio Tinto land for Serbia lithium mine before investment decision

Rio Tinto buying land for Serbia lithium mine before investment decision

07 June 2021 - Vučić hinted at holding a local referendum on letting Rio Tinto mine lithium. Activist Marija Alimpić said 36 families already sold their properties and left.

Tuzla 7 coal plant BiH sunk GE s exit

Tuzla 7 coal plant project in BiH sunk by GE’s exit, officials reveal

07 June 2021 - Unnamed sources said the construction of unit 7 in thermal power plant Tuzla most probably won't proceed as GE decided not to supply the equipment

People lignite areas Greece buy bonds solar projects

People in lignite areas in Greece will be able to buy bonds for solar projects

04 June 2021 - PPC intends to offer residents of the two coal-reliant regions in Greece to invest in its energy transition projects, reportedly with yields of up to 7% per year

Third big solar power project without subsidies Albania

Third big solar power project without subsidies enters pipeline in Albania

04 June 2021 - An application was accepted for a 50 MW solar power plant in Fier in Albania, the third such project in the same area that won't be subsidized

Bulgarian citizens court Sofia air pollution

Bulgarian citizens turn to court over air pollution in Sofia

03 June 2021 - Six people filed a legal complaint in Bulgaria over the air quality plan in capital city Sofia and are waiting to see if the case would go to court

Kopac Kosovo no future for coal power plants

Kopač tells Kosovo* there is no future for coal power plants

02 June 2021 - Market liberalization implies rising power prices and Kosovo* must make sure it happens gradually, Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač warned

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