01 April 2021 - Matteo Colangeli, head of the EBRD in Albania, was promoted to director for the Western Balkans and head of Serbia, replacing Zsuzsanna Hargitai
31 March 2021 - The Austrian government published the Renewable Energy Expansion Act , which is now subject to deliberation and approval by the Austrian parliament
29 March 2021 - Market shares of the largest electricity producers have mostly been decreasing since 2007, according to the latest data by Eurostat.
25 March 2021 - Fifty percent of coal-fired thermal power plants in Europe are closed or will be shut down by 2030 amid rising CO2 costs and the expansion of renewables
18 March 2021 - The Energy Community Secretariat will support the rollout of a regional trading scheme for guarantees of origin as a step toward integrating with the EU
17 March 2021 - Large combustion plants in four contracting parties surpassed air pollution limits, prompting an enforcement process within the Energy Community
15 March 2021 - The price of EU's carbon permits rose by 32.4% in 2021 and almost 16 times since April 17, 2013, when the all-time low was registered.
12 March 2021 - Two companies have signed an MoU on the joint development and the construction of five plants for the production of green hydrogen.
12 March 2021 - The European Parliament supported plans for the introduction of a CO2 tax on certain foreign products to prevent carbon leakage
08 March 2021 - Hungary will close 884 MW coal-fired power plant Matra, its last remaining coal plant, in 2025 - five years earlier than previously planned.
05 March 2021 - Germany’s capital Berlin is making photovoltaic or solar thermal installations mandatory for new buildings from 2023.
02 March 2021 - The Continental Europe synchronous area broke down and split into two grid regions in January.
01 March 2021 - The EU has adopted a new EU Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change to prepare for the unavoidable impacts of climate change.
25 February 2021 - The European Commission's Executive Vice-President says the EU needs to help the fossil fuel sector to abandon coal, but also oil and petrochemicals
24 February 2021 - Fridges, dishwashers, washing machines, and televisions will get new energy labels from March 1 and lamps from September 1.
19 February 2021 - Green finance helps firms and households protect the environment and cut energy costs, says the GGF's head for Southeast Europe Mejra Juzbašić Bajgorić.