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Montenegro on the fence about TPP Pljevlja overhaul

20 September 2021 - The fate of the 225 MW thermal power plant (TPP) Pljevlja, which accounts for 40% of Montenegro’s electricity production, remains uncertain.

Croatia to take loan to pay incentives for renewable energy producers

Croatia to take loan to pay incentives for renewable energy producers

06 September 2021 - Croatian energy market operator HROTE will take a EUR 13.3 million loan to pay subsidies for renewable energy power plants.

G20 countries secured more money to fossil fuels then to renewables in covid 19 pandemic

G20 countries directed more funds to fossil fuels projects than to renewables

10 August 2021 - Since the beginning of 2020, the G20 countries have committed at least USD 296 billion for fossil fuels and USD 227 billion for renewables.

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Greece sees sharpest coal emissions cut among EU coal-producing countries

19 July 2021 - Greece has achieved a 56.3% reduction in emissions in the sectors covered by the EU ETS, the third best performance among member states.

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Greece, Romania most active in Southeast Europe in tackling climate challenge

04 May 2021 - Greece and Romania are the most active among EU member states in Southeast Europe on climate change issues, while Bulgaria is trying to catch up.

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Croatia and Albania rank best in region on WEF’s Energy Transition Index 2021

21 April 2021 - Croatia and Albania are the region's best ranked countries on the World Economic Forum's Energy Transition Index 2021.

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IRENA: Albania’s cost-effective solar and wind potential is estimated at more than 7 GW

26 March 2021 - IRENA says Albania could significantly improve energy security and resilience to climate change by tapping on solar and wind potentials.

COVID-19 pandemic slowdown coal power

COVID-19 pandemic accelerated slowdown in coal power plant sector

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.

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Italy’s new government to place focus on green transition

15 February 2021 - Italy’s new government has established a ministry that combines energy policy with the environmental portfolio,...

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Survey: Environmental impact remains important to businesses despite COVID-19 crisis

03 February 2021 - Environmental and social impact issues remain of high importance for businesses even amid the ongoing crisis, according to a survey commissioned by Epson and Iris.

GGF KEP Trust boost green financing for farmers in Kosovo

GGF, KEP Trust boost green financing for farmers in Kosovo*

01 February 2021 - The Green for Growth Fund has invested EUR 3 million into microfinance organization KEP Trust for on-lending to private individuals.

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Wind industry awaiting new law to unlock 2,000 MW of projects

26 January 2021 - Draft law on renewable energy will be discussed by the wind industry and financial institutions at a round table on February 5.

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