15 June 2022 - President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić denied media reports that state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) is up for sale
31 May 2022 - It's going to be a long winter in several Western Balkan countries as old coal-fired power plants are unreliable and lignite is scarce
10 May 2022 - Serbia will adopt a decree to help 200.000 households to pay electricity bills and 50.000 will be able to get aid for heat costs, Minister Zorana Mihajlović said
27 April 2022 - EPS said it is reconsidering the plan to reconstruct coal plant units TENT A1 and A2 and that it intends to start works on TENT B2 only in 2025
03 March 2022 - Miroslav Tomašević replaced Milorad Grčić as the acting director of Serbia's state-owned coal and electricity producer EPS, local media learned
25 February 2022 - New laws for electricity and renewables made investments easier and firms will have a more active role, so market participants need to adapt step by step, experts said
19 January 2022 - Reacting to demands from EMS and EPS, international institutions said altering the renewable energy law in Serbia could disappoint investors
12 January 2022 - Acting director of EPS Milorad Grčić resigned after five outages and fires in Serbia's coal power industry in the past month
30 November 2021 - The Serbian government has extended its decision from the end of October, when it caped prices for November
18 October 2021 - Prime Minister Ana Brnabić has said the government would not limit the prices of electricity, which the business sector requested.
01 October 2021 - Implementation of the energy transition in Serbia and the region is inevitable, and it is also the stance of those who do not believe in climate change and are against the closure of coal-fired power plants.
23 August 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy will present a EUR 17 billion investment plan in September including two major pumped storage hydropower plants.