27 January 2022 - Health experts from HEAL demand more attention and action on the public health threat of biomass burning in the Western Balkans
05 January 2022 - State-owned energy utility EPBiH plans to install a photovoltaic plant of 56 MW at the site of an ash and slag dump at the Tuzla coal plant
18 December 2021 - Regional waste management center Rančevo near Sombor will process and reuse most of the waste from five municipal units
10 December 2021 - The European Commission has approved Croatia's EUR 783 million scheme to support electricity production from renewable sources through 2023
08 November 2021 - Energy minister Virgil Popescu and Bjørn H. Knappskog, CEO of Arbaflame, have signed a letter of intent with the aim of cutting Paroseni power plant's CO2 emissions
26 October 2021 - A combined heat and power system in Gjakova was built for district heating purposes with funds from the EU and Switzerland
30 September 2021 - The European Commission accepted Romania's EUR 29.2 billion National Recovery and Resilience Plan, of which 41% goes to green and climate investments
17 September 2021 - State-controlled power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) has launched a pilot project with US company E3 International
09 September 2021 - The new law will be aligned to a great extent with the EU’s Directive on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources.
13 August 2021 - Waste-to-energy and gasification solutions company Eqtec has announced it has completed the acquisition of a 1.2 MW power plant in Croatia.
08 July 2021 - EPBiH picked five former open pit coal mines and ash and slag dumps for solar power projects. It intends to gradually close its thermal power plants.
05 July 2021 - A contract for the construction of a biomass heating plant in Novi Pazar has been signed at the Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy.