08 December 2021 - An energy emergency was declared in October due to a strong rally in electricity prices. Back then the government promised EUR 200 million
29 November 2021 - The Investment and Development Fund of Montenegro has secured EUR 50 million to support green recovery and decarbonization of the economy
15 October 2021 - The G20 governments need to come up with more ambitious national emissions reduction targets ahead of the UN climate summit COP26, which opens on October 31.
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.
06 September 2021 - Croatian energy market operator HROTE will take a EUR 13.3 million loan to pay subsidies for renewable energy power plants.
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.
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.
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.
21 April 2021 - Croatia and Albania are the region's best ranked countries on the World Economic Forum's Energy Transition Index 2021.
26 March 2021 - IRENA says Albania could significantly improve energy security and resilience to climate change by tapping on solar and wind potentials.
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 - Italy’s new government has established a ministry that combines energy policy with the environmental portfolio,...