No giving up on the Green Agenda

09 July 2022 - Zorana Mihajlović: The developments in the past year and a half have made a well-known maxim relevant again: energy is the most expensive when you lack it

Eriola Bibolli General Manager ProCredit Bank Kosovo

ProCredit Bank Kosovo – a driver of green finance and energy transition in the country

24 June 2022 - Author: Eriola Bibolli, General Manager, ProCredit Bank Kosova  It is a well-known fact that climate...

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Corporate PPAs deliver wins for both producer and offtaker

25 May 2022 - Spain and the Nordics are the most developed European PPA markets. The model is emerging in the Balkans with the first corporate deals in Bulgaria and Romania.

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Energy transition in Western Balkans – how to move forward

08 April 2022 - In an op-ed for Balkan Green Energy News, energy experts Mirza Kušljugić and Damir Miljević write about the ongoing energy crisis and the energy transition in the Western Balkans.

The new Law on Renewable Energy Sources has entered into force in Republika Srpska

New Law on Renewable Energy Sources has entered into force in Republic of Srpska

25 March 2022 - The changes include the division into small and large plants for production of electricity from renewables

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Barometer of Sustainable Energy Transition – how prepared is Montenegro?

23 March 2022 - A clear vision, the responsibility of key actors, the NECP, sources of financing – each of these segments is equally important for Montenegro’s energy transition.

Sustainable development through prism of new trends and increasing legal obligations

Sustainable development through prism of new trends and increasing legal obligations

01 March 2022 - The sustainable development phenomenon goes the way from that it is good for the reputation to bringing materially significant risk to that it is a more and more complex legal obligation.

European energy crisis Losses borne consumers profits by utilities

European energy crisis and how history repeats itself: Losses are borne by consumers while profits are retained by utilities

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

Rio Tinto says it’s halting work in Serbia, but what’s really happening?

10 January 2022 - Many landowners and others wondered what ‘on hold’ meant, when all we need is to see Rio Tinto stopped and gone.

Hydrogen in Austria Waiting for a strategy

Hydrogen in Austria: Waiting for a strategy

16 November 2021 - In Austria, initial plans of a strategy for the use of hydrogen were announced more than three years ago but little has happened since then

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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.

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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