10 May 2021 - The closure of Šoštanj power plant could be inevitable even before 2033, currently the most optimistic scenario for Slovenia’s coal phaseout.
07 May 2021 - The Monastic Republic of Mount Athos in Greece will be equipped with 21 photovoltaic units, covering 17 out of 20 monasteries
06 May 2021 - The draft changes to the Renewable Energy Directive envisage an upgrade for the 2030 share of renewables in the energy mix to between 38% and 40%
04 May 2021 - Gas, oil and construction companies joined forces with research institutions in Greece and foreign partners in the development of the White Dragon
29 April 2021 - Coal-fired thermal power plant Ptolemaida 5, the last of its kind in Greece, is set to be converted to gas in 2025, three years earlier than planned
28 April 2021 - The emerging countries have the greatest potential which could allow them to break energy dependence, secure cheap energy to all citizens, and create local jobs.
23 April 2021 - Greenhouse gas emissions from operators covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) fell by 13.3% in 2020 compared to 2019.
21 April 2021 - The Energy Community has launched an infringement procedure against Montenegro for continuing to operate TPP Pljevlja despite the expiry of the opt-out period.
21 April 2021 - The National Assembly has endorsed the law on renewables, the law on energy efficiency, the law on energy and the law on mining.
20 April 2021 - The Istanbul Stock Exchange is about to add five companies from the renewable energy sector, as they decided to tap on massive investor interest
19 April 2021 - Slovenia's only coal-fired thermal power plant TEŠ is on track to lose up to EUR 150 million this year, CEO of ELES Aleksander Mervar said
14 April 2021 - The Law on Renewable Energy Sources will open the door for a solar boom, and substantial capacities can be installed very fast, keynote speakers said at the First Big Conference on Solar Energy in Serbia