Lithium research pozega residents dobrinja

Locals determined to block lithium research near Požega in Serbia

13 April 2021 - Jadar Lithium is due to start geological research on April 17. The residents of nine Požega villages are against drilling for lithium.

Activists gather at Ecological Uprising in front of Serbian parliament

Activists gather at Ecological Uprising in front of Serbian parliament

12 April 2021 - Thousands of protesters from all over Serbia and the region came to the Ecological Uprising, demanding protection for the environment and public health

Greece officially writes off four lignite fired thermal power

Greece officially writes off four coal-fired thermal power units

08 April 2021 - The plans for a coal phaseout in Greece seem to be accelerating as the only thermal power plant project may be switched to gas earlier.

Ecological Uprising protest April 10 Belgrade

Who will attend Ecological Uprising on April 10 in Belgrade?

06 April 2021 - The protest is organized by the Defend the Rivers of Mt. Stara Planina movement and backed by a total of 45 organizations.

Rama No chance hydropower Vjosa river

Rama: No chance hydropower plants would be built on Vjosa river

05 April 2021 - Ahead of the election in Albania, Prime Minister Edi Rama said no hydropower units would be allowed on the Vjosa and that it was declared a protected area

FBiH government abandons plan to extend subsidies for SHPPs for another 33 years

FBiH government abandons plan to extend subsidies for SHPPs for another 33 years

01 April 2021 - The Government of FBiH wanted to allow an extension after a period of 12 years during which SHPPs receive subsidies.

North Macedonia signs memorandum alexandroupolis gas electricity phase out coal

North Macedonia securing gas, electricity supply amid coal phaseout

01 April 2021 - The country has signed three memoranda with Greece on the future LNG terminal near Alexandroupolis and the adjacent gas-fired power plant.

TPP Pljevlja uses its 20,000 operating hours European Environment Agency

TPP Pljevlja uses its 20,000 hours production limit – European Environment Agency

31 March 2021 - The EEA has officially confirmed that the power plant, part of utility EPCG, consumed its limit for production at the end of 2020.

eps serbia electricity coal renewables

EPS director: Serbia won’t cut electricity production from coal despite green energy expansion

31 March 2021 - Milorad Grćić said power production from coal would remain at the same level while capacities in renewable energy sources would increase

Turkey's Garanti BBVA bank stop financing coal

Turkey’s Garanti BBVA bank to stop financing coal projects

31 March 2021 - Garanti BBVA, the fifth-largest bank in Turkey vowed to cleanse the loan portfolio of the remaining coal mines and plants by 2040

EPBiH mines ended 2020 with total debts of EUR 470 million

EPBiH mines ended 2020 with total debt of EUR 470 million

30 March 2021 - The miners from the Kreka brown coal mine in BiH stopped striking but bankruptcy looms if the reorganization plan is not implemented.

Climate Bonds Initiative criteria sustainable hydropower

Climate Bonds Initiative rolls out criteria for sustainable hydropower

29 March 2021 - Hydropower developers and operators that want to raise funds via green bonds can now certify their environmental footprint by using CBI's tools

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