No giving up on the Green Agenda

09 July 2022 - Zorana Mihajlović: The developments in the past year and a half have made a well-known maxim relevant again: energy is the most expensive when you lack it

Energy Transition Tracker: Energy Community’s coal power output drops 11% in 2021

08 July 2022 - Coal power production in all nine Energy Community contracting parties has been reduced by 13% to a five-year low last year


Serbia’s energy companies EPS, Srbijagas could lose EUR 2 billion over two heating seasons

07 July 2022 - Fiscal Council proposed a power price increase of 15%-20%, compared to 65%-75% for natural gas, and 10%-40% for heating


Serbia’s power utility EPS posts Q1 net loss of EUR 254 million

30 June 2022 - The state-owned power utility is blaming the poor result on a drop in output, electricity imports, and capped prices for end-consumers


Roadmap agreed to allow Serbia to supply electricity in north of Kosovo*

21 June 2022 - The roadmap envisages for a subsidiary of Serbia’s state power utility to supply electricity in the four Serb-majority municipalities

Statement day Vucic bald faced lie selling EPS

Statement of the Day, Vučić: It’s bald-faced lie that we are selling EPS

15 June 2022 - President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić denied media reports that state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) is up for sale

Serbia to spend EUR 1 billion on electricity, coal imports by end of year

Serbia to spend EUR 1 billion on electricity, coal imports by end of year 

08 June 2022 - Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlović said EPS must complete investments to produce enough coal for domestic power production

Electricity price for businesses won't change by end of August in Serbia

Government of Serbia keeps electricity prices at EUR 75 per MWh until end of August

03 June 2022 - Serbia has decided to keep electricity tariffs frozen to ease the burden of the price spike on consumers amid the energy crisis

Western Balkan countries struggling coal plants

WB-6 countries struggling to secure electricity production in their old coal power plants

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

Bistrica pumped storage HPP project

Energy crisis accelerates construction of Bistrica pumped storage hydropower

23 May 2022 - The project is one of the most important investments in the energy sector of Serbia, with a planned capacity of 630 MW

Serbian power utility kicks- off construction of its first wind power plant Kostolac

20 May 2022 - EPS signed the loan agreement in November 2017, and received an energy permit for the wind farm at the end of 2018

EPS halts construction of its first solar power plant

EPS halts construction of its first solar power plant

13 May 2022 - The Petka solar power plant was planned at the external tailings dump of the Ćirikovac coal mine in the Kostolac basin

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