Electricity

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Montenegro announces coal phaseout by 2035

01 July 2021 - Montenegro has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, announcing it will stop using coal by 2035 at the latest.

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High interest in renewables in Serbia – new regulation in a nutshell

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.

Firms China Poland deal Ugljevik 3 coal plant BiH

Firms from China, Poland ink deal for Ugljevik 3 coal plant in BiH

30 June 2021 - Environmentalists demand Comsar's concession for coal plant Ugljevik 3 to be canceled following a construction deal between previously unknown firms

ALPEX restarts tender electronic power trading platform

ALPEX restarts tender for electronic power trading platform

30 June 2021 - The Albanian Electricity Exchange – ALPEX reopened the tender for an electronic trading platform as none of the bids met the criteria

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EPCG, ERS discuss launching construction of hydropower plant Sutorina

25 June 2021 - EPCG and ERS have held a management meeting to discuss the launch of construction on hydropower plant Sutorina.

Preliminary design plan for HPP Komarnica to be finished in November

Preliminary design plan for HPP Komarnica to be finished in November

23 June 2021 - The completion of the preliminary design creates conditions for the beginning of construction, power utility EPCG said

Majority of new renewables in 2020 cheaper then new, existing fossil fired power plants - IRENA

Most new renewables cheaper than fossil-fueled power plants – IRENA

23 June 2021 - The cost of electricity from utility-scale solar PV fell by 85 percent, according to Renewable Power Generation Costs in 2020.

Slovenia's mayors set council to secure just transition for coal phaseout

Slovenia’s mayors set council to secure just transition for coal phaseout

22 June 2021 - The government has published action plans for phasing out coal, documents which will help Slovenia to apply at Just transition fund.

Turkey guarantees of origin electricity

Turkey rolls out system for guarantees of origin of electricity

21 June 2021 - Power producers and consumers in Turkey can now certify electricity from renewable sources including a trading system for guarantees of origin

EPCG is not on sale, to seek partners for joint investments in green energy - government

EPCG not to be sold, seeking joint investments in green energy – government

21 June 2021 - State-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore will not be privatized, according to the Ministry of Capital Investments.

Electricity prices for companies are rising - how consumers can ease burden

20 to 50 percent increase of electricity price for companies in Serbia – how businesses can ease this burden?

18 June 2021 - Serbia has been delaying the energy transition for years, but the impact of the energy transition in the EU has spilled over to the country through the electricity prices for businesses.

Energy Community launches tender for study on flexibility needs of power systems in region

Energy Community launches tender for study on flexibility needs of power systems in region

17 June 2021 - The Secretariat is seeking consultants to comprehensively assess the flexibility needs of the power systems of the contracting parties.

North Macedonia ecotax for oil slash VAT electricity 5

North Macedonia to roll out ecotax for oil, slash VAT for electricity to 5%

16 June 2021 - An ecotax of 5.7 cents will be introduced in North Macedonia for oil and the value-added tax on electricity will be cut to 5% from 18% for one year.

Luka Petrovic ERS intends to be regional seller of balance energy

Luka Petrović: ERS intends to be regional seller of balance energy

11 June 2021 - Power utility Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske plans to build hydropower plants and PV facilities, while wind farms will not be in its focus.

GEN-I plans to install 1 GW of solar power plants until 2030 - development plan

GEN-I plans to install 1 GW of solar power plants by 2030 – development plan

11 June 2021 - Slovenian energy trader GEN-I prepared a EUR 1 billion strategic development plan to accelerate decarbonization in the country.

Serbian government adopts negotiating position for chapter 15 - energy

Serbian government adopts negotiating position for chapter 15 – energy

09 June 2021 - The document is part of the preparation for the intergovernmental conference on the accession of Serbia to the European Union.

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