Which countries in Western Balkans intend to introduce carbon tax cbam

Which Western Balkan countries intend to introduce carbon tax?

18 May 2022 - Countries are doing so in order to accelerate decarbonization, but also to avoid paying the carbon border tax announced by the EU

Tenants landlords Germany share heating CO2 tax

Tenants, landlords in Germany to share CO2 tax for heating

08 April 2022 - Renters in Germany are bearing the burden from a CO2 tax for heating systems, but new rules aim to make landlords pay a fair share

EU carbon border tax must become mainstream topic in Western Balkans

EU’s carbon border tax must become mainstream topic in Western Balkans

09 February 2022 - Measures accompanying the CBAM must be directed to helping the Western Balkans adjust to the CO2 pricing system, experts say

Fossil fuels still subsidized more than renewables in EU, European Court of Auditors find

Fossil fuels still subsidized more than renewables in EU, auditors find

01 February 2022 - The EU's energy taxation and carbon pricing policies don't square with its climate goals, the European Court of Auditors said in a review

Agora Faster decarbonization Western Balkans EU CO2 border tax

Agora: Faster decarbonization in Western Balkans would ease impact of EU’s CO2 border tax

21 January 2022 - The Western Balkans need to step up the integration of their power markets and roll out carbon pricing to avoid the CO2 border tax, Agora said

Most read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in 2021

30 December 2021 - The most important topics for our readers in 2021 were lithium, the coal phaseout and investment in renewable energy in Serbia

Kopac CO2 tax to be introduced in Western Balkans by 2025

Kopač: Western Balkans need to introduce CO2 tax by 2025

23 November 2021 - The decarbonization roadmap will be discussed at the meeting of the Ministerial Council of the Energy Community in Belgrade on November 30

carbon price USD 100 iimpact world economies

How would USD 100 carbon price hike impact world’s economies?

08 November 2021 - A USD 100 rise in carbon taxes would be a significant shock to the global economy but it falls well within the realms of potential scenarios

EU Western Balkans Green Agenda Action Plan

Adopted Green Agenda Action Plan for Western Balkans brings EUR 9 billion in grants, 2024 deadline to align with EU ETS

06 October 2021 - The EU prepared a EUR 30 billion investment package and the Western Balkans must implement climate action reforms from Green Agenda Action Plan

EPBIH ready to continue construction of Tuzla 7 coal project

EPBIH ready to continue construction of Tuzla 7 coal project

13 September 2021 - The coal-fired unit project has been stalled for almost a year after General Electric decided not to supply the equipment.

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Serbia in talks with UGT Renewables on 1 GW in solar power plant projects

02 August 2021 - Serbia intends to sign a contract soon with Chicago-based UGT Renewables for the installation of photovoltaic systems with a combined capacity of 1 GW

Kopac Coal plants Energy Community profits CO2 priced

Kopač: Coal plants in Energy Community reaping profits as CO2 isn’t priced

09 July 2021 - Producers of electricity from coal and traders in the Energy Community enjoy record profits as they don't have to pay for CO2 emissions, Janez Kopač said

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