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 - Turkey's parliament is expected to approve a bill ratifying the Paris Agreement by the end of this month.
30 August 2021 - Carbon permits reached almost EUR 61 per ton in the EU as power producers are struggling to obtain gas from Russia and wind has weakened
09 July 2021 - Producers of electricity from coal and traders in the Energy Community enjoy record profits as they don't have to pay for CO2 emissions, Janez Kopač said
02 June 2021 - Market liberalization implies rising power prices and Kosovo* must make sure it happens gradually, Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač warned
21 May 2021 - EPBiH intends to include CO2 expenses in its financial reports from next year at the initiative of the Energy Community Secretariat
30 April 2021 - The CBAM, planned for 2023, could drastically change the business conditions for all companies exporting goods to EU.
28 April 2021 - The cost of releasing greenhouse gases within the EU's Emissions Trading System is continuing to set records and nearing EUR 50 per CO2 equivalent
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
25 March 2021 - Fifty percent of coal-fired thermal power plants in Europe are closed or will be shut down by 2030 amid rising CO2 costs and the expansion of renewables
12 March 2021 - Climate change expert Danijela Božanić analyzes the Draft Climate Change Law, which the government adopted three years since the public consultation process ended
10 March 2021 - Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač praised the reforms in Serbia but also stressed the prices of power for households must be increased