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
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.
31 August 2021 - At this year's Fifth Split International Energy Forum one of the panels was dedicated to energy democracy, a new concept that connects the energy transition with democracy and citizen's participation.
27 August 2021 - By increasing the use of hydrogen, Turkey aims to take a step towards using cleaner resources and thus becoming less dependent on imported energy. This is of great importance as Turkey’s energy strategy focuses on local sources of energy.
30 June 2021 - The new Law on Use of Renewable Energy Sources is mostly aimed at stimulating new investments in RES and increasing the share of renewable sources in the total energy produced by creating a modern, investment-friendly legal framework, which will enable energy transition and further development of the Serbian RES sector.
12 May 2021 - The launch of the first ever national Air protection Program in the Republic of Serbia with an Action Plan is a unique opportunity to bring down high rates of disease
09 April 2021 - Governments and renewable energy developers in Southeast Europe should work with environmental NGOs and local communities from the get-go, Željka Frištek and Dragana Mileusnić wrote