07 June 2021 - The European Commission is considering a transitional period of three years for fully implementing CBAM, from 2023 until 2026.
03 June 2021 - Serbia’s decision to halt the construction of thermal power plant Kolubara B is the country’s first serious step in the energy transition.
30 April 2021 - The country is preparing a new energy strategy, which will put priority on renewable energy sources in order to achieve climate neutrality.
23 April 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy has launched a project called the Further Capacity Development for Energy Planning, which will include the drafting of a NECP.
23 April 2021 - Greenhouse gas emissions from operators covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) fell by 13.3% in 2020 compared to 2019.
15 February 2021 - NALED has called for applying the "polluter pays" principle in Serbia to encourage business and people to cut emissions.
25 November 2020 - It will be more expensive for the country to did nothing to reduce CO2 emissions, than to implement decarbonization measures.
23 October 2020 - Građanski preokret asked the court to nullify the City of Zrenjanin's green light for the Linglong tyre plant
22 October 2020 - Obstruction by local communities and environmental restrictions are the main obstacles for renewables in Slovenia
21 October 2020 - Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov asked the European Commission to help countries in the CEE region to phase out coal
16 October 2020 - The European Commission unveiled a Renovation Wave Strategy for improving the energy performance of buildings in the EU
13 October 2020 - Last Saturday, AirVisual ranked Belgrade 10th in the world by air pollution, while the following...