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Federation of BiH to scrap feed-in tariffs for small hydropower plants from 2021

19 November 2020 - The government is preparing a set of regulatory amendments in order to prevent the adverse impact of small hydropower plants on the environment.

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Serbia, Republic of Srpska sign joint statement on Gornja Drina hydropower project

18 November 2020 - The construction of HPP Buk Bijela should take six years, and could start at the end of this year or at the beginning of the 2021.

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UK pushes forward gasoline, diesel car ban to 2030 in its green plan

18 November 2020 - The UK rolled out a green for pandemic recovery and moved the new fossil fuel–powered car sales ban target date from 2040 to 2030.

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Serbia to add 1 GW in wind farms in next five years

17 November 2020 - Serbia could get 1 GW in wind farm capacity in the next five years, it has to decarbonize energy and reduce the share of coal in energy production within one or two decades. The Green Agenda for the Western Balkans

CE Oltenia needs EUR 2 billion aid to implement decarbonization plan

CE Oltenia needs EUR 2 billion in aid for decarbonization plan

16 November 2020 - The plan envisages cutting CO2 emissions by 38%, shutdown of coal-fired units and the construction of solar parks and gas-fired power plants.

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Serbia’s EMS joins European platform for guarantees of origin trading

16 November 2020 - The sale of guarantees of origin for electricity produced from renewable sources in Serbia is now possible in European countries.

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Here’s what Western Balkans committed to in Sofia Declaration on Green Agenda

13 November 2020 - By signing the Sofia Declaration on the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans, the region have committed to a number of specific actions.

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These EU countries will have dirtiest power systems in 2030

11 November 2020 - Ember highlighted seven EU states including Bulgaria and Romania projected to have the dirtiest power systems in 2030

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Minister Mihajlović: Serbia to change laws, make energy sector greener

11 November 2020 - Minister of Mining and Energy of Serbia Zorana Mihajlović vowed to improve legislation for energy, renewables and energy efficiency

Green Agenda for Western Balkans Sofia summit

State leaders endorse Green Agenda for Western Balkans at Sofia summit

10 November 2020 - European Union hopefuls from the continent's southeast agreed at a summit in Sofia with the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans

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Power system in North Macedonia suffers due to flood, drought

10 November 2020 - Due to the low water levels the country has decided to terminate the production in all hydropower plants, and to import electricity.

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HEAL urges regional leaders to implement Green Agenda for Western Balkans

09 November 2020 - The Health and Environment Alliance has sent them an open letter as they prepare to gather in Sofia for the next meeting in the Berlin process.

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