26 July 2021 - The two sides have agreed to form an expert team of seven members, whose task will be to review the project documentation.
23 July 2021 - Montenegrin state power utility EPCG has decided to pay EUR 30.8 million in dividends to shareholders from retained earnings.
23 July 2021 - Aluminum of Greece (AoG), the country’s biggest electricity consumer, plans to switch entirely to green energy from 2030, as it signs its last electricity supply deal with Public Power Corporation.
22 July 2021 - Croatia will express its interest in being a partner in the construction of a new unit of Slovenia's nuclear power plant Krško, says Tomislav Ćorić.
21 July 2021 - Minister Andrej Vizjak said a plebiscite should be held on Slovenia's overall energy plans and not just on the second nuclear reactor for Krško
20 July 2021 - An energy permit for a second unit of Slovenian nuclear power plant Krško has been issued, but a final decision on the project has yet to be made.
19 July 2021 - The EIB has signed a EUR 120 million loan to help Romanian power supplier Electrica modernize its distribution network, introduce advanced metering, and integrate renewable energy sources.
14 July 2021 - After the decision to stop the construction of the Kolubara B thermal power plant, this is another move in an effort to decarbonize the energy sector.
13 July 2021 - The Western Balkans’ 18 coal-fired power plants released twice as much sulfur dioxide in 2019 as all 221 such facilities in the EU.
09 July 2021 - Producers of electricity from coal and traders in the Energy Community enjoy record profits as they don't have to pay for CO2 emissions, Janez Kopač said
09 July 2021 - The lower house of the Austrian parliament has adopted a bill aimed at ensuring that all electricity consumption is covered from renewables by 2030.
06 July 2021 - Western Balkans need to set ambitious climate targets for the period through 2030 and reach carbon neutrality by mid-century, CAN Europe said