06 November 2020 - The decision to change the ownership structure was made by the Government of the Republic of Srpska.
05 November 2020 - The Hellenic Energy Exchange (HEnEx) has launched three power markets - the day-ahead, intraday and balancing segments.
03 November 2020 - The deal refers to reconstruction of the 400/110 kV Bitola 2 substation, one of the transmission hubs in North Macedonia.
02 November 2020 - Power utility Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine (EPBiH) wants to buy hydropower, solar and wind power...
30 October 2020 - Introduction of national emission trading schemes similar to the EU ETS is the best solution for CO2 pricing in the Energy Community.
30 October 2020 - Up to USD 130 trillion in new investments is necessary to avert the current global warming scenario.
29 October 2020 - The electricity price for household consumers in Western Balkans was 2.8 times lower than the price for EU households in 2019.
29 October 2020 - Regular desulfurization finally started in the thermal power plant in Ugljevik. Contractor Mitsubishi Power received a similar order from Serbia.
28 October 2020 - Chinese firms are building a coal plant in Tuzla, but BiH is facing sanctions in the Energy Community over state aid.
27 October 2020 - Zorana Mihajlović will be the Minister of Mining and Energy and Irena Vujović will head the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
23 October 2020 - ČEZ Group has signed an agreement to sell its seven businesses in Romania to Australian fund manager Macquarie
22 October 2020 - Obstruction by local communities and environmental restrictions are the main obstacles for renewables in Slovenia
21 October 2020 - Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov asked the European Commission to help countries in the CEE region to phase out coal
21 October 2020 - Romania intends to install 6 GW in wind and solar power plants by 2030
20 October 2020 - Power producer ESM intends to turn off the first unit of coal-fired REK Bitola within five years and convert it to natural gas
20 October 2020 - Greece's 2030 target for renewables is set at 35%, compared to 18% in 2018