22 February 2022 - Serbia can and must accelerate its energy transition and attract much more private investment in green energy, keynote speakers said at the Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market conference
18 February 2022 - Albania’s power utility KESH will lease a mobile facility with an installed capacity of 110-130 megawatts
17 February 2022 - The measures are planned to lower the expected increase of electricity and gas prices to 9.6 percent and 20 percent, respectively
15 February 2022 - Exposure of end consumers to high energy prices or increased price volatility has to be mitigated by proper national transposition of EU directives
09 February 2022 - The decision to increase prices is aimed at lowering the consumption of households, and making citizens save energy
28 January 2022 - Futures are the best indicator for prices for 2022, said Miloš Mladenović, director of Serbia’s power exchange SEEPEX
28 January 2022 - Minister of Environment and Physical Planning Naser Nuredini said North Macedonia would close its two coal plants by 2030
25 January 2022 - The record value of BiH's power exports in 2021 was largely due to soaring prices on the international market caused by the energy crisis.
24 January 2022 - Respondents in a poll conducted Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia expect energy expenses to jump 128% this year
21 January 2022 - In Belgrade on February 22, Balkan Green Energy News is organizing a conference on the outlook for Serbia’s electricity market for the next few years and new roles of market players.
14 January 2022 - State-owned power utility KESH issued the call for expression of interest for leasing a thermal power generation asset
04 January 2022 - The decision by the Serbian government could mean a rise in prices for some and a reduction in prices for others
04 January 2022 - The Bulgarian government has secured an additional EUR 650 million for businesses and energy companies due to the energy crisis
28 December 2021 - The move comes amid the ongoing energy crisis in Europe and the EU’s plans to recognize nuclear power as a low-carbon energy source.
23 December 2021 - The new benchmark price of electricity for businesses in the Republic of Srpska will be EUR 53 per megawatt-hour
20 December 2021 - Power prices reached critical levels across Europe amid a surge in costs for natural gas and an outage in France