Interviews

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There is no life without water, and small hydropower plants would extinguish it on Stara Planina

25 April 2019 - Aleksandar Jovanović Ćuta has been fighting against the construction of run-of-river small hydropower plants (SHPPs)...

Investors alone have benefits from small hydropower plants – citizens, state and municipalities have none

19 April 2019 - The authorities did not consider the possible environmental impact when they lightly issued construction permits...

Holistic approach in sustainable development of renewables – dialogue, environment concerns, intersectoral synergies and public participation

16 April 2019 - At the recently held Hard Talk event in Belgrade, representatives of UNECE, Ministry of Mining...

Expert views (part four): What would the ideal allocation from the Green Fund look like?

28 March 2019 - In the fourth and last in a series of interviews on waste management with representatives...

Expert views (part three): Future of recycling industry in Serbia and use of waste-derived alternative fuels

15 March 2019 - In the third in a series of interviews on waste management with representatives of state...

Expert views (part 2): What are the biggest challenges in municipal waste management in Serbia?

04 March 2019 - In the second in a series of interviews on waste management with representatives of state...

Helping SEE region transform energy consumption model, shape political will for sector changes

26 February 2019 - Our ultimate goal is to improve people’s quality of life in South-East Europe (SEE), Joachim...

Expert views – Waste management problem in Serbia – can the country perform better and how?

23 February 2019 - Following the introductory article about the problems, challenges, and possible solutions concerning waste management in...

Proper environmental impact assessment, cooperation with local community key for renewable energy projects

12 February 2019 - Renewable energy projects, especially those concerning small hydropower plants, have not been without controversy in...

Top 3 Most Read articles in January

04 February 2019 - The Top 3 Most Read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in January are in....

Blockchain brings disruption to energy sector

29 January 2019 - The use of blockchain in the energy sector of Serbia, as well as other countries,...

Conservatism still dominates Serbian energy sector, potential of energy transition underestimated

15 January 2019 - To help accelerate Serbia’s energy transition and reduce emissions, it would perhaps be best for...

Top 3 Most Read articles in December

04 January 2019 - After the success of our Top 10 Most Read articles in 2018, Balkan Green Energy...

With 5G rollout around the corner, Serbia readies to test driverless cars on the highway, in cross-border traffic

17 December 2018 - Serbia has joined a European project to establish 5G corridors to test driverless cars. In...

Top 10 Most Read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in 2018

15 December 2018 - ‘Tis the season to look back, and Balkan Green Energy News brings you the most...

Participants of Belgrade Ministerial Conference – Reducing pollution in Southeast and South Europe is a national, regional and global challenge

10 December 2018 - A two-day Ministerial Conference Innovative Solutions to Pollution in South East and Southern Europe has been organized...

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