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EP votes protect EU industry after CO2 border tax fully implemented

EP votes to protect EU industry even after CO2 border tax is fully implemented

23 June 2022 - MEPs want to maintain free emission allowances for industrial producers in the EU after the CO2 border tax is fully implemented in 2030

European Parliament delays decision carbon border tax CBAM

European Parliament delays decision to introduce carbon border tax – CBAM

08 June 2022 - The European Parliament rejected a set of law proposals within the Fit-for-55 climate package including the CBAM carbon border tax scheme

Renewables cornerstone Kosovo energy strategy 2031

Renewables are cornerstone of Kosovo* energy strategy through 2031

08 June 2022 - Kosovo* aims to boost its renewables capacity by 5.6 times within a decade to 1.4 GW including 100 MW from the prosumers segment

European carbon prices tumble failing new highs gas drops

European carbon prices tumble, failing to scale new highs as gas drops

09 May 2022 - Recession fears spilled over to the EU's carbon market: the price dropped 5% per ton after challenging recent record highs

Carbon prices in EU fall despite record surge in fossil fuels

Carbon prices in EU fall despite record surge in fossil fuels

03 March 2022 - The cost of carbon dioxide within the European Union's Emissions Trading System touched EUR 55 per ton this week in a sharp selloff

EU carbon border tax must become mainstream topic in Western Balkans

EU’s carbon border tax must become mainstream topic in Western Balkans

09 February 2022 - Measures accompanying the CBAM must be directed to helping the Western Balkans adjust to the CO2 pricing system, experts say

European carbon emission prices hit record highs nearing EUR 100 ton

European carbon emission prices hit record highs, nearing EUR 100 per ton

03 February 2022 - The cost of a ton of CO2 within the EU ETS reached an all-time high of just below EUR 95 as the market is bracing for a rally to EUR 100.

Most read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in 2021

30 December 2021 - The most important topics for our readers in 2021 were lithium, the coal phaseout and investment in renewable energy in Serbia

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Albania becomes second country to submit draft NECP to Energy Community Secretariat

23 December 2021 - There is still room for additional policies to help Albania decouple economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions.

Energy Community Clean Energy Package Decarbonization Roadmap

Energy Community adopts Clean Energy Package, Decarbonization Roadmap

30 November 2021 - The Ministerial Council adopted the Clean Energy Package, the Decarbonization Roadmap and the Gas Security of Supply Regulation

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

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

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Turkey set to ratify Paris Agreement before COP26 climate summit

06 October 2021 - Turkey's parliament is expected to approve a bill ratifying the Paris Agreement by the end of this month.

CO2 tops EUR 60 for first time

CO2 tops EUR 60 for first time

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

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Kopač: Coal plants in Energy Community reaping profits as CO2 isn’t priced

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

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Kopač tells Kosovo* there is no future for coal power plants

02 June 2021 - Market liberalization implies rising power prices and Kosovo* must make sure it happens gradually, Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač warned

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