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.
27 May 2021 - Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlović said a plan would be developed for the operation of thermal power plants in Serbia until 2050
17 May 2021 - The planned capacity of the hydropower plant in the municipality of Foča is 93 MW while the expected annual production is 332 GWh.
12 May 2021 - EPS has announced a tender for the analysis for the construction of PV plants at the ash dumps of the Morava and Kolubara A coal power plants.
04 May 2021 - A groundbreaking ceremony for hydropower plant (HPP) Buk Bijela on the Drina river, a joint project of Serbia and the Serb-dominated entity Republic of Srpska, will take place on May 17.
21 April 2021 - Elektroprivreda Srbije's profit last year more than doubled compared with 2019, to EUR 137 million.
31 March 2021 - Milorad Grćić said power production from coal would remain at the same level while capacities in renewable energy sources would increase
22 March 2021 - Serbia’s share of renewable energy sources in final energy consumption is now 20%, compared to the 27% target for 2020.
10 March 2021 - Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač praised the reforms in Serbia but also stressed the prices of power for households must be increased
04 February 2021 - Draft laws were discussed by representatives of the energy ministry, citizens, investors, and companies.
19 January 2021 - The law does not allow anyone to serve as an acting director for more than a year, and he has been performing the duty for over four years.
04 January 2021 - Floating waste is devastating the Drina and its tributaries in Serbia, BiH and Montenegro and piling up at hydropower dams