electricity

Municipalities Greece solar power projects own electricity needs

Municipalities across Greece to develop solar power projects for own consumption

09 November 2021 - Local authorities in Greece are working on solar power projects to achieve savings in their budgets, lower emissions and secure electricity supply

Energy price rally lifts inflation to worrying heights worldwide

Energy price rally lifts inflation to worrying heights worldwide

05 November 2021 - The energy crisis fueled a rapid rise in prices of power and gas to unseen highs and accelerated inflation as most products become more expensive

Cyprus over EUR 500 green transition emission cuts

Cyprus to invest over EUR 500 million in green transition, emission cuts

04 November 2021 - President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades said over EUR 500 million would be spent on a cleaner fuels rollout and the greening of its economy

Croatia COP26 stop using coal 2033 sooner

Croatia announces at COP26 that it would stop using coal in 2033 or sooner

03 November 2021 - Croatia will lower carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 and abandon coal use by 2033 at the latest, PM Andrej Plenković said at the COP26

Grad sunca dobija prvu od ukupno tri solarne elektrane

Works on first out of three solar power plants in City of Sun Trebinje could start in spring 2022

03 November 2021 - Construction works on the Trebinje 1 solar power project could begin in the spring. There is a plan for two more units in the same locality.

Romania caps energy prices windfall tax for electricity producers

Romania caps energy prices, rolls out windfall tax for electricity producers

30 October 2021 - Romania limited electricity and gas prices for households and small businesses and rolled out support for several other categories

Slovenia s last coal mine green energy underground farming

Slovenia’s last coal mine turning to green energy, underground farming

29 October 2021 - Premogovnik Velenje has projects for methane extraction, a gravity power plant, underground energy storage and farming. Its subsidiary builds PV plants.

Montenegro EPCG ready reconstruction TPP Pljevlja jump costs

Montenegro’s EPCG ready for reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja despite jump in costs

22 October 2021 - State-owned utility EPCG says the reconstruction of coal-fired TPP Pljevlja should begin soon and prevent massive imports of electricity

Slovenia adopts Electricity Supply Act after two year delay

Slovenia adopts Electricity Supply Act after two-year delay

22 October 2021 - The National Assembly passed the Electricity Supply Act after adopting amendments that make all end consumers in the market equal

Europe first LFP battery gigafactory built in Serbia ElevenEs

Europe’s first LFP battery factory to be built in Serbia

21 October 2021 - ElevenEs will produce LFP batteries for vehicles and energy storage in Subotica, Serbia. It will build the plant with the help of EU funds.

Timmermans place for gas nuclear energy EU mix

Timmermans: There is place for gas, nuclear energy in EU energy mix

18 October 2021 - The European Commission's Frans Timmermans said gas has a future in the energy mix and that EU has nothing against nuclear energy

Serbia power utility EPS investments in green energy

Serbia’s power utility EPS announces investments in green energy

15 October 2021 - Serbian state-owned power producer EPS aims to install 240 MW in solar power plants and 100 MW in wind farms by the end of the decade

Marine Le Pen France abolish wind power elected president

Marine Le Pen says France would abolish wind power if she is elected president

15 October 2021 - National Rally's Marine Le Pen vowed to halt subsidies for solar and wind and close wind farms if she wins the French presidential election

Zlatiborac GEFF Serbia Leasing

Supply of high-efficient equipment helped Zlatiborac reduce electricity consumption, CO2 emissions

14 October 2021 - Zlatiborac company, famous in Serbia and across Europe for its cured meat products, has recently supplied a high-efficient equipment line for cutting and slicing.

Ten member states urge EU nuclear power low carbon energy

Ten member states urge EU to mark nuclear power as low-carbon energy

13 October 2021 - Ten states including Slovenia, Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria want nuclear power to be recognized as low-carbon technology in the EU.

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

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