24 September 2021 - Ivan Asanović, an electrical engineer, has been appointed as acting executive director of Montenegro's transmission system operator.
21 September 2021 - Montenegrin state power utility EPCG has issued a public call for suppliers of equipment for its projects Solari 3000+ and Solari 500+.
20 September 2021 - The fate of the 225 MW thermal power plant (TPP) Pljevlja, which accounts for 40% of Montenegro’s electricity production, remains uncertain.
26 August 2021 - Montenegro is considering options to replace the Pljevlja thermal power plant when it ceases to generate electricity.
16 August 2021 - The building of the Parliament of Montenegro is undergoing internal renovation, but it also has a project for a 90 kW rooftop solar power plant.
12 August 2021 - The state must create conditions for the development of companies able to accept employees from the sectors that will be affected by the energy transition.
06 August 2021 - Montenegro prepared a credit package with grants for businesses for photovoltaic systems and interest-free loans for energy efficiency in households
05 August 2021 - State-owned power utility has decided to launch the Solari 500+ program as an extension of the Solari 3,000+ project, intended for households.
26 July 2021 - The two sides have agreed to form an expert team of seven members, whose task will be to review the project documentation.
23 July 2021 - Montenegro has reached the national target for the share of renewables, set at 33%, so the government will repeal the decree on incentives.
23 July 2021 - Montenegrin state power utility EPCG has decided to pay EUR 30.8 million in dividends to shareholders from retained earnings.
21 July 2021 - EPCG will provide solar panels, the financing and installation, and citizens will repay the equipment in the form of a loan.