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Floating waste rivers Serbia BiH Montenegro

Floating waste covers rivers in Serbia, BiH, Montenegro

04 January 2021 - Floating waste is devastating the Drina and its tributaries in Serbia, BiH and Montenegro and piling up at hydropower dams

electric vehicles subsidies serbia

Serbia to spend EUR 1 million on subsidies for electric, hybrid vehicles

31 December 2020 - The goverment aims to reduce air pollution and citizens demand funds to be redirected to low-income individuals for household energy efficiency.

Guris 50 MW geothermal power Turkey record

Güriş installs 50 MW geothermal power plant in Turkey in record time

31 December 2020 - Güriş Holding installed and commissioned its EFE 8 geothermal power plant in only 38 days. The 50 MW unit will have an annual output of 400 GWh. 

Most read in 2020 on Balkan Green Energy News

Most read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in 2020

31 December 2020 - The energy transition and environmental protection were the most popular topics in 2020 in the English language section on Balkan Green Energy News

Slovenia eases procedure energy communities

Slovenia eases procedure for establishment of energy communities

31 December 2020 - The government changed regulations in order to promote communities that jointly produce energy from renewables and install batteries

Dravske Elektrarne Maribor wind solar geothermal storage

Dravske Elektrarne Maribor eyes investments in wind, solar, geothermal, storage

30 December 2020 - Company plans construction of three wind farms, a 30 MW solar power plant, geothermal and pumped storage projects.

Romania's Transelectrica double border transmission

Romania’s Transelectrica to double cross-border power transmission capacity

30 December 2020 - On January 1, Transelectrica will have a cross-border export capacity of 2.8 GW and the ability to import power at a volume of 3 GW

solar power plants prosumers serbia

Using solar energy is getting easier in Serbia – what you need to know to produce your own electricity

30 December 2020 - It isn't mission impossible anymore to install solar panels and produce electricity for self-consumption.

Greece renewables champion Balkans 45 5 GW

Greece is 2020 renewables champion in Balkans with 45.5 GW in project pipeline

29 December 2020 - Developers submitted 1,864 applications as Greece launched an integrated electronic system for renewables and high-efficiency CHP plants.

Serbian environmental agency fires expert air quality criteria

Serbian environmental agency fires expert for protesting change in air quality criteria

29 December 2020 - Milenko Jovanović says SEPA agency harassed and fired him because he reacted after it loosened the standard for displaying the categories of air quality

DSO EPS Distribucija is no longer part of Elektroprivreda Srbije

DSO EPS Distribucija is no longer part of Elektroprivreda Srbije

29 December 2020 - The transfer of ownership is the end of the unbundling of the distribution system from EPS, which began five years ago.

Serbia starts coal phaseout in heating sector from 2021

Serbia starts coal phaseout in heating sector from 2021

28 December 2020 - The heating plant in Kragujevac will be converted from coal to gas, and boilers on solid fuels replaced in kindergartens, schools, health centers and households.

Albania plans its first wind power auction by end of March

Albania plans its first wind power auction by end of March

28 December 2020 - Albania is about to launch the first wind power auction for up to 130 MW in total and is preparing two more renewables auctions for 2021

Greece tests Peloponnese Crete link world's longest undersea AC cable

Greece tests Peloponnese-Crete link – world’s longest undersea AC cable

25 December 2020 - Crete's first interconnection with the mainland, via the Peloponnese, was successfully tested. It is the world's longest alternating current cable system

Ten bids North Macedonia's Cebren hydropower

Energy giants bid for North Macedonia’s Čebren hydropower project

25 December 2020 - North Macedonia is about to select qualified applicants for the construction and operation of the Čebren hydroelectric system

slovenia coal phaseout 2033

Fastest coal phaseout will have least environmental impact in Slovenia

25 December 2020 - The draft environmental impact assessment has examined the impact of the three scenarios from the strategy.

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