Maja Turković

Maja Turković – leader of energy transition

29 March 2024 - Through her work on renewable energy projects and in the WISE Serbia women's network, she not only breaks new ground in the energy sector, but also supports women, paving the way towards an inclusive and sustainable future

Mohamed Ridouani Localising EU ambition Empowering municipalities to drive the implementation of the EU Green Deal

Localising EU ambition: Empowering municipalities to drive the implementation of the EU Green Deal

28 March 2024 - In the past 5 years, the European Union set up the legislative framework to become climate-neutral by 2050 and deliver the EU Green Deal. Municipalities can ensure the achievement of the EU’s ambitious objectives.

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Iva Đinđić Ćosić: energy transition opens door for greater role of women

22 March 2024 - Iva Đinđić Ćosić is lead contract specialist at Elektromreža Srbije. With a master’s degree in law, she has been working in the energy sector for 18 years

EU Energy Communities legislation 2.0, an upwards trend, REScoop.eu

EU Energy Communities legislation 2.0: an upwards trend

18 March 2024 - REScoop.eu is the European federation of citizen energy cooperatives and he plays a vital role in the introduction of two definitions for energy communities in the context of the Clean Energy Package

Ankica Barbulov, the woman who brought ESCO to Serbia

Ankica Barbulov, the woman who brought ESCO to Serbia

07 March 2024 - Ankica Barbulov has been in the energy business for more than a decade. Since 2020, she has been running her own company, Negawatt Solutions, which develops ESCO projects.

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Will Serbia’s EPS reduce electricity prices for companies in May?

29 February 2024 - Almost all companies in Serbia are paying EUR 120 per MWh for electricity, significantly above current market prices

Curbing Energy Demand Not Tomorrow, but Now

Curbing energy demand: not tomorrow, but now

19 February 2024 - Europe is bringing CO2 emissions down, by 8% last year, with two powerful strategies: expanding renewables and reducing energy demand

Kees van der Leun, Energy infrastructure in the North Sea, a time-sensitive international challenge

Energy infrastructure in the North Sea: a time-sensitive international challenge

29 January 2024 - Europe needs to achieve net-zero emissions in its energy system by the 2040s. The North Sea's contribution to this goal requires a coordinated global effort

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EU ETS 2 will likely be bigger and tighter market than current EU ETS

18 December 2023 - EU ETS 2 is being prepared for road transport buildings and small industrial units. Experts from Vertis Environmental Finance laid out the implications.

Borislav Kostadinov

The time to scale-up renewables is now

15 December 2023 - The COP 28 commitment to triple renewable energy worldwide by 2030 is a critical step forward in addressing the climate crisis. However, achieving this accelerated deployment demands innovative models that increase private investment and build the capacities of local markets

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Carbon border and Western Balkans – barrier or bridge to EU?

11 December 2023 - The EU will start charging a carbon tax to importers in 2026 similar to the one for domestic companies and their emissions

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New rules for power grid connection in Serbia

22 November 2023 - Last week Serbia started applying new legislation regulating connection to the national electricity transmission system

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