27 September 2021 - Supported by the EBRD's Western Balkans GEFF programme, citizens of the region have made the first steps in improving energy efficiency in the residential sector.
24 September 2021 - The Croatian government has initiated the procedure to adopt the country’s hydrogen strategy for the 2021-2025 period,
24 September 2021 - The Polish government has signed an agreement with the wind industry in order to secure the development of the national wind sector.
23 September 2021 - The Minister of Energy and Mining Petar Đokić has discussed the construction of solar power plants with the management of RiTE Ugljevik.
23 September 2021 - Portugal's EDP will invest EUR 550 million to replace a coal-fired power plant in Spain into a green hydrogen production facility.
22 September 2021 - China, the biggest builder of coal-fired power plants in Balkan countries, is set to stop developing new coal power projects outside of its borders.
21 September 2021 - Montenegrin state power utility EPCG has issued a public call for suppliers of equipment for its projects Solari 3000+ and Solari 500+.
20 September 2021 - The fate of the 225 MW thermal power plant (TPP) Pljevlja, which accounts for 40% of Montenegro’s electricity production, remains uncertain.
17 September 2021 - State-controlled power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) has launched a pilot project with US company E3 International
17 September 2021 - Only about a fifth of the energy price increase can be attributed to the rising costs of CO2 emissions, while the rest is simply due to a market shortage, says the European Commission’s vice president in charge of climate issues.
15 September 2021 - Serbia will hold its first auction for premiums for wind and solar in December, while a three-year schedule will be unveiled by the end of February.
14 September 2021 - Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has said North Macedonia is setting an example for other countries in the region by turning a coal-fired power plant to a photovoltaic plant.
13 September 2021 - The digital Policy Conference of EU Sustainable Energy Week – EUSEW 2021 will take place online between October 25 and 28
10 September 2021 - Massive Attack and the Tyndall Centre produced a roadmap for touring with the least possible carbon footprint, but all stakeholders must participate
06 September 2021 - Eight companies and institutions are working on solutions to supply the industry and residents of the Ruhr in Germany with CO2-free hydrogen.
06 September 2021 - If fossil fuel companies are transitioning to clean energy, they should issue green bonds, CEO of Climate Bonds Initiative Sean Kidney said in an interview