23 March 2022 - A clear vision, the responsibility of key actors, the NECP, sources of financing – each of these segments is equally important for Montenegro’s energy transition.
05 March 2022 - Almost all the remaining countries in this part of Europe said they would introduce auctions. So far they have been held in Albania, Croatia, Greece, North Macedonia, Turkey
24 February 2022 - So far, 14,000 households and 800 companies have applied for the subsidized installation of solar PV panels
04 February 2022 - Eni and Novatek found no oil or gas after test drilling in the Adriatic Sea offshore Montenegro, so environmentalists are relieved – for now
27 January 2022 - The landfill would be covered with a special impermeable material, which would cut emissions from the waste and its environmental impact to zero.
20 January 2022 - The government's list of priority infrastructure includes 81 projects in the environmental protection sector
06 January 2022 - In order to prepare the necessary documents, Elektroprivreda Crne Gore has announced a tender for the selection of a consultant
10 December 2021 - Power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore has initiated the procedure for installing two solar power plants at dams at hydropower plant Perućica
29 November 2021 - The Investment and Development Fund of Montenegro has secured EUR 50 million to support green recovery and decarbonization of the economy
01 November 2021 - State-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore has signed a shareholder agreement with the renewable energy company Ivicom Holding
22 October 2021 - State-owned utility EPCG says the reconstruction of coal-fired TPP Pljevlja should begin soon and prevent massive imports of electricity
21 October 2021 - Montenegrin Power Exchange, EPEX SPOT, and Slovenian power exchange BSP SouthPool have signed a service agreement
06 October 2021 - With the current surge, the market price of electricity surpassed the highest levels from power purchase agreements in Montenegro. Here's what is next.
01 October 2021 - Implementation of the energy transition in Serbia and the region is inevitable, and it is also the stance of those who do not believe in climate change and are against the closure of coal-fired power plants.
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+.