06 July 2022 - The construction of unit 7 of the Tuzla thermal power plant encountered another obstacle with the decision of the State Aid Council of BiH
31 May 2022 - It's going to be a long winter in several Western Balkan countries as old coal-fired power plants are unreliable and lignite is scarce
18 May 2022 - Countries are doing so in order to accelerate decarbonization, but also to avoid paying the carbon border tax announced by the EU
28 March 2022 - The Federation of BiH intends to operate two coal plants past their allowed limits, which the Energy Community Secretariat says is a clear breach of obligations
08 March 2022 - Persons and firms have the opportunity to sell their renewable energy projects or power plants to Bosnia and Herzegovina's EPBiH
02 March 2022 - Two units in coal plants are due to be shut down in line with the EU’s Large Combustion Plants Directive (LCPD).
05 January 2022 - State-owned energy utility EPBiH plans to install a photovoltaic plant of 56 MW at the site of an ash and slag dump at the Tuzla coal plant
29 December 2021 - The expected production for this year is 6,655 GWh, while in 2022 the production is expected to fall to 6,037 GWh, and in 2023 to 5,843 GWh
23 December 2021 - The new benchmark price of electricity for businesses in the Republic of Srpska will be EUR 53 per megawatt-hour
28 October 2021 - EPBiH plans to install a 36 MW solar power plant in Mostar, BiH, in the same area as its Podveležje wind power plant. KfW may fund the project.
14 October 2021 - With 11 projects agreed with local authorities following previous public calls, the overall solar capacity HEP is developing has climbed to 168 MW.
04 October 2021 - If new prices become reality companies will have to lower production, lay off workers, and to increase the price of goods and services.