22 January 2022 - Chemical production has increased 50-fold since 1950, and projections show output may triple by 2050
21 January 2022 - The Western Balkans need to step up the integration of their power markets and roll out carbon pricing to avoid the CO2 border tax, Agora said
21 January 2022 - The beginning of construction is planned for the spring, and the power plants are expected to be online in 2023.
21 January 2022 - In Belgrade on February 22, Balkan Green Energy News is organizing a conference on the outlook for Serbia’s electricity market for the next few years and new roles of market players.
20 January 2022 - The Government of Serbia annulled its decree on the spatial plan for Rio Tinto's lithium project and met all the environmentalists' demand, Prime Minister Ana Brnabić said
20 January 2022 - The government's list of priority infrastructure includes 81 projects in the environmental protection sector
20 January 2022 - The French retailer Carrefour has decided to offer customers refurbished smartphones in its stores in Romania
19 January 2022 - Reacting to demands from EMS and EPS, international institutions said altering the renewable energy law in Serbia could disappoint investors
19 January 2022 - Axpo Polska will buy the entire output of the solar power plants between 2022 and 2026, and will act as the balancing agent for the project portfolio.
19 January 2022 - Floating PV technology is making its first steps in the Balkan region, with companies in Greece, Albania, Romania and Montenegro investing
18 January 2022 - The Energy Community Secretariat is receiving applications for the 2022 Energy Community Summer School in Sarajevo, to be held in August
18 January 2022 - Green hydrogen could cover up to 12 percent of global energy consumption in 2050, according...