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
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
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
28 November 2022 - The new landfill in Vinca started operating in August 2021, according to the website of its operator Beo Čista Energija
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
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
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
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.
14 November 2022 - Locals and environmentalists in the Seferihisar area near Izmir were relieved to hear that a court scrapped permits for geothermal drilling
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
10 November 2022 - The European Commission wants to cut red tape for renewables but it may lower environmental standards in the process
07 November 2022 - Nikola Rovčanin, executive director of EPCG, said the plan for district heating in Pljevlja dates back 40 years
06 November 2022 - Carbon capture and storage in agricultural land could become one of the more effective methods...
04 November 2022 - Dubravka Đedović has visited the Kolubara mining basin to get first-hand information on coal production
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
31 October 2022 - The same procedure was initiated in April 2021 against Montenegro with regard to the operation of the Pljevlja power plant