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Petar Mirovic, CEO, EnGoPlanet

Transforming urban world with green public lighting

EnGoPlanet, a Serbian-American firm headquartered in New York, was recently selected to launch the first street lighting project with pioneering technology that combines kinetic and solar energy. The City of Las Vegas, Nevada, accepted a...

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Financial insights

Qendresa Rugova, Senior Consultant, Burg Capital

Traditional and emerging models for financing energy efficiency - applicability to the West Balkan Region

This article is part of a series of two articles on energy efficiency investments. The first article covers investment characteristics from a global perspective while the second part focuses on the traditional and emerging financing...

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Legal Insights

Sonja Gitaric, Attorney-at-Law and Djordje Popovic, Senior Attorney, Petrikic and Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz

New amendments to waste management regulatory framework in Serbia

For the purpose of opening the EU accession "Chapter 27: Environment and Climate Change" and in accordance with the European Union's Third Energy Package, Serbia is required to approximate its regulatory framework to the applicable EU...

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REACH - Reduce Energy use and Change Habits

Energy poverty represents a situation in which a household has difficulty or sometimes inability to be able to afford its basic energy needs. It mostly affects low-income households - retired people, unemployed or poorly paid, dependent...

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Cacak gets waste recycling centre, transfer station

Regional waste management system Duboko, adjacent to the city of Uzice in Serbia's west, got backed up by a recycling centre and transfer station in nearby Cacak. The...

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Kula wind power plant to start delivering electricity, works at La Piccolina launched

MK-Fintel Wind's 9.9 MW project in Serbia's northwest will soon complete its test drive, started in late February. Ivan Stanisavljevic, project...

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HEP developing cogeneration on forest biomass

Future combined heat and power plants in Sisak and Osijek, valued at over EUR 35 million in total, will be the first in state-controlled HEP Group's portfolio with statuses of privileged...

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Montenegro suspends new concessions for renewables

Montenegrin Ministry of Economy said it ceased to receive applications and initiatives for concessions to be granted to investors in renewable energy sources. The suspension...

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Bisol picked for 58 MW photovoltaic plant in Belarus

Oil company Belorusneft is making progress with its solar power plant project, as it selected Slovenian producer Bisol Group for installing modules with a capacity of 58 MW. The module...

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Siemens awarded 44 MW wind turbine deal

Power utility Elektroprivreda HZHB signed a contract with German engineering titan Siemens for the delivery and construction of 22 wind turbines worth EUR 72 million. Mesihovina facility, located in Bosnia...

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Arbio proposes limited bioenergy support scheme

Romanian Association for Biomass and Biogas (ARBIO) supports the implementation of support schemes for up to 300 MW for the two renewable energy sources, based on 'first come, first served'...

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ReneSola sells two solar power projects to SWIF

Utility scale systems Nove ECO and MG Solar with capacity of 5 MW and 4.7 MW, respectively, located in Bulgaria, were purchased by Solar World Invest Fund SIF (SWIF), based in Luxembourg...

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GIZ and SEE associations of municipalities develop lobbying strategy

The German Development Cooperation (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit - GIZ) and associations of municipalities (AoMs) from Montenegro...

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