Environment

UK approves first coal mining project in more than three decades

UK approves first underground coal mining project in more than three decades

08 December 2022 - Environmentalists may turn to court to overturn the government's approval for the opening of a coking coal mine in northwest England

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Mapping sustainable sites for 1 GW of solar power plants in Serbia

06 December 2022 - Sites for building solar power plants should be selected in line with sustainable development principles, according to experts working on the project Smart-from-the start planning for sustainable development - Mapping solar potentials

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Future of successful businesses relies on their digital transformation

30 November 2022 - Digitalisation changes everything because it connects all processes and provides a complete result, notes Petr Hermann, Schneider Electric Cluster President, Southeast Europe, in an interview for the Balkan Green Energy News

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Vinča regional landfill improves Serbia’s waste management in 2021

28 November 2022 - The new landfill in Vinca started operating in August 2021, according to the website of its operator Beo Čista Energija

Liquid tree against air pollution in Belgrade

Liquid tree to combat air pollution in Belgrade

25 November 2022 - Liquid 3 is a photo-bioreactor with microalgae that cleans the air and serves as a bench in the Belgrade city centre

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Court orders EPS to cut SO2 emissions due to harm to human health, environment

23 November 2022 - An earlier study showed that thermal power plants in the Western Balkans emit 2.5 times as much SO2 as those in the EU

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Professors from University of Belgrade establish Committee for Environmental Protection

18 November 2022 - The professors said that the state should rely on domestic wisdom and expertise for the preparation of the strategic decisions in the energy sector

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Rio Tinto–backed firm InoBat plans to build battery gigafactory in Serbia

15 November 2022 - InoBat is considering options for a battery plant in Serbia, claiming the government offered massive incentives. Environmentalists said they won't allow it.

Turkish court blocks geothermal projects Izmir protect water sources

Turkish court blocks geothermal projects near Izmir to protect water sources

14 November 2022 - Locals and environmentalists in the Seferihisar area near Izmir were relieved to hear that a court scrapped permits for geothermal drilling

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Waste-to-energy in Serbia – a cause for concern or an opportunity to reap environmental-climate-energy benefits

11 November 2022 - In this latest article in the series "Serbia, from garbage dumps to circular economy", we discuss the waste-to-energy concept with Professor Vladimir Pavićević, Igor Jezdimirović, and Helga Stoiber

EU accelerate renewables permitting cut environmental requirements

EU to accelerate renewables permitting, cut environmental requirements

10 November 2022 - The European Commission wants to cut red tape for renewables but it may lower environmental standards in the process

Pljevlja starts project to use waste heat from TPP Pljevlja

Pljevlja develops district heating network to use waste heat from thermal power plant

07 November 2022 - Nikola Rovčanin, executive director of EPCG, said the plan for district heating in Pljevlja dates back 40 years

Soil carbon storage in agriculture for climate, and trade, bonds and profits

Soil carbon storage in agriculture for climate, and trade, bonds and profits

06 November 2022 - Carbon capture and storage in agricultural land could become one of the more effective methods...

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Đedović: Energy sector reforms are priority, lithium production to be examined

04 November 2022 - Dubravka Đedović has visited the Kolubara mining basin to get first-hand information on coal production

Europe could be hit by similar protests against lithium as Serbia

02 November 2022 - Julia Poliscanova from Transport & Environment wrote recommendations on how to avoid challenges for the European car industry including potential protests like the ones in Serbia

Energy Community opens case as BiH haven't closed two units in coal power plants Kakanj, Tuzla 

Energy Community opens case against BiH for refusing to close two coal plant units

31 October 2022 - The same procedure was initiated in April 2021 against Montenegro with regard to the operation of the Pljevlja power plant

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