Journalist

Igor Todorović

Kosovo renewable energy auctions NECP

Kosovo* to launch renewable energy auctions, submit NECP next year

03 December 2020 - Kosovo* is preparing to open renewable energy auctions in cooperation with the EBRD, and its National Energy and Climate Plan is almost finished

Rio Tinto's lithium Serbia challenged transboundary impact

Rio Tinto’s lithium project in Serbia challenged over transboundary impact

01 December 2020 - CZŽS from BiH asked the state to determine the transboundary environmental impact of the lithium exploitation and processing project in Serbia

HESS biggest photovoltaic plant Slovenia HPP Brežice

HESS to build biggest photovoltaic plant in Slovenia, link it to HPP Brežice

01 December 2020 - HESS plans to add a 6 MW photovoltaic unit to its Brežice hydroelectric plant, located...

Sarajevo Canton ban coal use extreme air pollution

Sarajevo Canton to ban coal use in 2021 amid extreme air pollution

30 November 2020 - As levels of air pollution reached extreme levels again, Sarajevo is preparing a measure unheard of in the Western Balkan region.

EUKI calls project ideas for transboundary climate action Europe

EUKI calls for project ideas for transboundary climate action in Europe

30 November 2020 - The European Climate Initiative – EUKI launched a call for the civil society, authorities and educational entities to outline cross-border climate projects.

Bulgaria EUR 1 5 billion EU recovery energy efficiency

Bulgaria to use EUR 1.5 billion from EU recovery fund for energy efficiency

27 November 2020 - Minister Petya Avramova says the energy efficiency segment of the Recovery and Resilience Plan of Bulgaria would be worth EUR 1.53 billion

Bulgarian municipalities energy communities

Bulgarian municipalities advised on possibilities for energy communities

27 November 2020 - An energy transition training session was organized for Bulgarian municipalities to highlight the potential benefits of energy communities

Mali Zvornik Serbia biomass heating EUR 2 35 million

Mali Zvornik in Serbia building biomass heating plant in EUR 2.35 million project

27 November 2020 - Two boilers of 900 kW each fueled by wood chips and a 2.5 MW spare unit on gas will provide heating in Mali Zvornik from next October

European Parliament EU right to reuse repair

European Parliament tells EU to back right to reuse, repair products

26 November 2020 - The European Commission needs to promote repair, resale and reuse of products and ban built-in product obsolence, lawmakers said in a resolution.

Renewables 99.6 new power capacity Turkey

Renewables make up 99.6% of new power capacity in Turkey this year

26 November 2020 - Hydroelectric units had a 66.6% share in the commissioned power capacity in Turkey in the first three quarters, compared to 99.6% for all renewables

EU innovation funds European Hydrogen Week

EU promotes innovation, offers funds during European Hydrogen Week

26 November 2020 - Companies and institutions are making announcements as the first European Hydrogen Week is held with a focus on achieving carbon neutrality

Race satellites generate transmit solar power

Race is on to make satellites that generate, transmit solar power

25 November 2020 - The EU and UK are supporting the development of space-based solar power satellites while the US already has a test module in orbit

CO2 atmosphere emissions pandemic related

CO2 levels in atmosphere rising despite pandemic-related emissions drop

25 November 2020 - The coronavirus impact may only slightly slow growth in CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere as more drastic climate action is necessary

No G20 global warming by 1.5 degrees

No G20 member is on track to limit global warming by 1.5 degrees

24 November 2020 - The G20 vowed to mitigate climate change but its members aren't in compliance with the goal to keep global warming under 1.5 degrees

HEP EU heating network revitalization Zagreb

HEP starts EU-backed heating network revitalization project in Zagreb

23 November 2020 - HEP Group will use the largest grant it received so far from EU funds, EUR 55.8 million, to reconstruct 68.5 kilometers of hot water network

Romania coal fired thermal power plants

Romania erases new coal-fired thermal power plants from its plans

23 November 2020 - The Government of Romania claims no more coal power plants would be built and CE Oltenia hinted it is about to scrap the last such project.

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