Bulgaria plans phase out coal 2040

Bulgaria developing plans to phase out coal by 2040

12 October 2021 - After the upcoming election, Bulgaria's parliament is set to choose between three scenarios for a coal exit: by 2035, 2038 and 2040

Albania prevent rise power bills households small firms

Albania declares energy emergency as response to energy crisis

11 October 2021 - Albania declared an energy emergency and allocated EUR 200 million for power distribution operator OSHEE as part of its response

Greece doubles subsidies households electricity heating EUR 500 million

Government in Athens doubles subsidies to protect households during energy crisis

11 October 2021 - Greece said household power and heating bills would grow only marginally as it earmarked EUR 500 million in subsidies for the energy crisis

Western Balkan countries global top 10 coal power output share

Western Balkan countries are in global top 10 in coal’s power output share

08 October 2021 - Kosovo* is ranked second in the world for its share of coal in domestic electricity production, trailing only Botswana. Serbia is seventh and BiH is tenth

EU measures curb electricity gas prices

Here is how EU intends to curb impact of electricity, gas price spike

07 October 2021 - There are enough reserves for the winter and gas prices should decrease in spring, EU Commissioner Simson said and promised to ease the impact.

EU Western Balkans Green Agenda Action Plan

Adopted Green Agenda Action Plan for Western Balkans brings EUR 9 billion in grants, 2024 deadline to align with EU ETS

06 October 2021 - The EU prepared a EUR 30 billion investment package and the Western Balkans must implement climate action reforms from Green Agenda Action Plan

Subsidised is cheaper Now what features Ljubo Knezevic

‘Subsidised’ is cheaper. Now what?

06 October 2021 - With the current surge, the market price of electricity surpassed the highest levels from power purchase agreements in Montenegro. Here's what is next.

Kosovo shelves US backed gas pipeline project

Kosovo* shelves US-backed gas pipeline project

05 October 2021 - After Kosovo* suspended a gas pipeline and power plant project, top officials claimed it could be revived if calculations show it is feasible

Serbia would buy 10 in any nuclear power plant in region

Serbia would buy 10% in any nuclear power plant in region

05 October 2021 - A severe crisis is looming due to the spike in energy prices, Vučić warned and revealed Serbia would "immediately buy" 10% in any nuclear plant in the region

EU help power consumers member states relief individually

EU to help power consumers as member states launch relief individually

30 September 2021 - While the EU is drafting measures to help poor households and small firms shoulder the spike in energy prices, member states have individual solutions

Romania EUR 3 9 billion EU recovery funds zero carbon railway

Romania allocates EUR 3.9 billion from EU recovery funds to zero carbon railway

30 September 2021 - The European Commission accepted Romania's EUR 29.2 billion National Recovery and Resilience Plan, of which 41% goes to green and climate investments

PPC capital offering Greece ownership minority stake

PPC’s capital offering to lower Greece’s ownership to minority stake

28 September 2021 - Greek state-controlled power utility PPC intends to increase its share capital by at least EUR 750 million, but the government won't participate

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