20 May 2021 - Government-owned utility EPBiH said it would reduce the number of employees in its seven coal mines to get the subsidiaries on a firm footing
13 April 2021 - Power output from coal fell by 22% in the EU last year, while Serbia boosted its production by 4% in the sector and BiH increased it by 8%
17 March 2021 - IRENA says planned investments in green energy and new solutions must jump 30% to USD 131 trillion to hold the rise in temperature under 1.5 degrees
17 March 2021 - Large combustion plants in four contracting parties surpassed air pollution limits, prompting an enforcement process within the Energy Community
10 March 2021 - Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač praised the reforms in Serbia but also stressed the prices of power for households must be increased
02 March 2021 - At a time when many EU countries are working on coal phase-out, Croatia is planning to overhaul coal-fired TPP Plomin 1.
25 February 2021 - 2,160 applications have been sent at the public call for granting incentives to purchase certified furnaces, and boilers on pellet and heat pumps.
16 February 2021 - Electricity output from fossil fuels dropped more than from low-carbon sources. The coal power sector showed the greatest weakness in the market.
15 February 2021 - Over 500 scientists have warned world leaders against treating biomass as carbon neutral and supporting tree cutting for energy production.
11 February 2021 - Under fire for soliciting neighboring municipalities' opinion, TEŠ announced it would discontinue work on waste coincineration project for Šoštanj TPP.
08 February 2021 - Air pollution from coal power plants in Turkey kills almost 5,000 people prematurely and leads to 3,000 preterm births every year
05 February 2021 - Four Energy Community contracting parties in the Western Balkans are under pressure to bring air pollution from coal power plants under control
26 January 2021 - For the first time ever, the EU has produced more electricity in a year from renewable energy sources than from fossil fuels.
19 January 2021 - Poland has adopted its first ever law regulating offshore wind development in what is expected...
28 December 2020 - The heating plant in Kragujevac will be converted from coal to gas, and boilers on solid fuels replaced in kindergartens, schools, health centers and households.
04 December 2020 - Serbia and BiH account for almost all of the coal subsidies in 2018 and 2019 among the Energy Community contracting parties in the Western Balkans.