coal

Balkan Coal Costs Lives, Burdens Economies

Balkan Coal Costs Lives, Burdens Economies 

08 February 2018 - Author: Vlatka Matković Puljić, Health & Environment Alliance (HEAL), Health and Environment Advisor for the Balkans...

Kosovo* power production to remain heavily dependent on coal

29 October 2017 - Kosovo* has been facing its most serious energy crisis to date since the summer of...

Paris Agreement causes disagreements in Montenegro over Pljevlja TPP

03 October 2017 - The ratification and drafting of a law to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change...

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems to install flue gas desulfurization systems in the biggest Serbian power plant

11 September 2017 - Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) will install flue gas desulfurization (FGD) systems in the...

Serbia plans to shut down eight thermal power plant blocks by 2023

25 July 2017 - Serbia plans to shut down eight thermal power plant blocks by 2023 and develop renewable...

What will it take to make Balkan leaders realise new coal plants are a liability, not a gold mine?

15 June 2017 - Author:  Pippa Gallop, Research Co-ordinator, CEE Bankwatch Network In April this year, the EU proved that...

Danish DONG Energy to stop using coal by 2023

10 February 2017 - Danish company DONG Energy said it will entirely stop using coal by the year 2023....

EPS privatization joint stock company

EPS to invest EUR 4.5 billion by 2025

18 December 2016 - Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) plans to invest EUR 4.5 billion into Serbian electric power system, but...

Cheaper electricity from Turkey for Turkish Cypriots seen in the future

30 November 2016 - The recent agreement between Turkey and Turkish part of Cyprus to supply electricity through an...

Serbia’s Priboj starts using biomass for public heating

10 November 2016 - Municipality of Priboj in south-western Serbia has made an important step towards sustainable economy, as...

EPS stretched between revitalization and Serbia’s social politics

21 October 2016 - Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) had EUR 105,2 million profit in the first-half of...

The unpaid health bill – how coal power plants in the Western Balkans make us sick

23 September 2016 - By Vlatka Matkovic Puljic, Health & Environment Alliance (HEAL), Health and Energy Officer, Balkan region,...

Turkey to return incentives for power plants on coal

16 May 2016 - The government of Turkey is set to reintroduce incentives and environmental exemptions for coal-fired power plants, Hürriyet...

NGOs ask China to shift investment focus to green energy

05 May 2016 - Electric power projects with lignite in Southeastern Europe pose a significant threat to European Union’s...

Health costs of coal plants prompt policy rethink

18 March 2016 - A study quantified public health costs of polluted air from coal-fired power plants in Serbia,...

The big green challenge: can we change fast enough?

23 December 2015 - By Maja Turković, Energy Consultant, co-author of the CIRSD study ’A Roadmap for Deploying Renewable...

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