04 January 2021 - Floating waste is devastating the Drina and its tributaries in Serbia, BiH and Montenegro and piling up at hydropower dams
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.
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.
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
31 December 2020 - The government changed regulations in order to promote communities that jointly produce energy from renewables and install batteries
30 December 2020 - Company plans construction of three wind farms, a 30 MW solar power plant, geothermal and pumped storage projects.
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
30 December 2020 - It isn't mission impossible anymore to install solar panels and produce electricity for self-consumption.
29 December 2020 - Developers submitted 1,864 applications as Greece launched an integrated electronic system for renewables and high-efficiency CHP plants.
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
29 December 2020 - The transfer of ownership is the end of the unbundling of the distribution system from EPS, which began five years ago.
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.
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
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
25 December 2020 - North Macedonia is about to select qualified applicants for the construction and operation of the Čebren hydroelectric system
25 December 2020 - The draft environmental impact assessment has examined the impact of the three scenarios from the strategy.