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Most read in July: Energy democracy coming to Southeastern Europe

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The wave of energy democracy in the region is slowly strengthening. The story on citizens in Greece joining hands to speed up energy transition was the most read article in July on the English language version of Balkan Green Energy News.

The list is also available for the Serbian language version of the website (Najčitanije u julu).

1 – Solar power to the people

The biggest system of solar power plants in Greece is about to become operational thanks to citizens. It is an achievement of agricultural cooperative Agrinio Union and 500 Greek families that are jointly building the solar power plant network with an installed capacity of 100 MW.

Hundreds of Greek families jointly building solar power plants of 100 MW

2 – Find out how you can participate in renewables auction in Croatia

Croatia recently introduced a premium model and it plans to hold auctions by the end of the year. Our partner  CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz Rechtsanwälte GmbH brings the detailed instruction on how to prepare for the auctions.

How to participate in auction for renewable energy incentives in Croatia

3 – Coal is running out of time

The Western Balkans is one of the last standing points of the coal industry. But even the enormous direct and indirect incentives for coal mines and power plants cannot prevent what is inevitable, according to the newly launched Energy Transition Tracker.

Ten units of Western Balkan thermal power plants must be shut down by 2023

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