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
16 December 2021 - Bulgarian lawmakers that were elected on November 14 voted to freeze electricity and heating prices for households until the end of March
14 December 2021 - The paper, prepared by the Energy Community Regulatory Board (ECRB), summarizes the measures taken by all nine contracting parties
08 December 2021 - The government and regulatory authorities are trying to find the solution, but for now they have different views on the issue
02 December 2021 - The aim is to ensure stability in the implementation of the measures and activities for overcoming the issues in electricity supply
30 November 2021 - The Serbian government has extended its decision from the end of October, when it caped prices for November