Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia
30 November 2022 - Serbia received recommendations from Rystad Energy and will work by its instructions, President Aleksandar Vučić said
18 November 2022 - Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić has announced significant investments in energy infrastructure. As he pointed out,...
17 November 2022 - Leaders of Western Balkan states agreed the only way that the region can overcome the energy crisis is through a joint green transformation
05 September 2022 - As a result of the outages, Serbia became a major importer of electricity and spent EUR 650 million since last winter
15 August 2022 - Power production in Serbia is at a critical point and the winter supply is uncertain, trade unionist Dragoslav Ljubičić claims
15 June 2022 - President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić denied media reports that state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) is up for sale
10 May 2022 - A new energy policy is one of five key items on the country’s reform agenda, said President Aleksandar Vučić
03 May 2022 - Works on the Alexandroupolis LNG terminal were launched today in Greece, a project that is expected to help reduce dependence on Russian gas.
28 April 2022 - Serbia signed a contract with FCA Serbia (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Srbija) on awarding incentives for electric car production
15 December 2021 - State-owned utility EPS got some of the aging units functioning again after a breakdown, but the country is still relying on power imports
13 December 2021 - Problems with electricity supply exist in Vojvodina, the city of Bor and the capital Belgrade and its surroundings
29 November 2021 - Lithium mining projects, pollution and environmental protection issues are igniting large protests almost every day in Serbia