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.
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.
25 March 2022 - The changes include the division into small and large plants for production of electricity from renewables
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.
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.
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
10 January 2022 - Many landowners and others wondered what ‘on hold’ meant, when all we need is to see Rio Tinto stopped and gone.
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
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.
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.
06 October 2021 - With the current surge, the market price of electricity surpassed the highest levels from power purchase agreements in Montenegro. Here's what is next.
13 September 2021 - Strong attention to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) concerns safeguards the investments and ensures long-term value protection for both the business and society.