04 July 2022 - It introduces auctions for the allocation of feed-in tariffs and feed-in premiums for renewable power plants
21 June 2022 - The Elektropionir energy cooperative started a crowdfunding campaign for two solar power plants on the Stara planina mountain in Serbia
26 May 2022 - The law in Croatia allows households with solar panels to group and place excess energy in the market, though it is too expensive for now
11 May 2022 - The Republic of Srpska is exporting 35% of the electricity it produces and it will use the proceeds to promote the prosumer concept, Minister Đetar Đokić said
08 April 2022 - The Hrastnik municipality now hosts the largest solar power plant in Slovenia, and other projects are underway
08 April 2022 - In an op-ed for Balkan Green Energy News, energy experts Mirza Kušljugić and Damir Miljević write about the ongoing energy crisis and the energy transition in the Western Balkans.
17 February 2022 - The law introduces auctions for premiums, as well as an option for individuals and businesses to produce green energy for self-consumption
23 November 2021 - The number of energy communities is increasing in Greece in areas where coal mines and power plants are being shut down, the Green Tank said
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
31 August 2021 - At this year's Fifth Split International Energy Forum one of the panels was dedicated to energy democracy, a new concept that connects the energy transition with democracy and citizen's participation.
21 August 2021 - Energy communities have photovoltaic projects in which people can safely invest very small amounts and still get relatively high profits
29 July 2021 - A wind farm and a pumped storage hydropower plant can meet the entire demand for electricity in the small Aegean island of Sifnos in Greece