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