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
29 December 2020 - The transfer of ownership is the end of the unbundling of the distribution system from EPS, which began five years ago.
03 December 2020 - The largest sources of pollution are in the urban area - heating and road transport, but also outside the urban area - thermal power plants.
02 December 2020 - One of the ten largest SO2 emitters among power plants in Europe starts the construcution of a flue gas desulphurization facility.
18 November 2020 - The construction of HPP Buk Bijela should take six years, and could start at the end of this year or at the beginning of the 2021.
17 November 2020 - Serbia could get 1 GW in wind farm capacity in the next five years, it has to decarbonize energy and reduce the share of coal in energy production within one or two decades. The Green Agenda for the Western Balkans
11 November 2020 - Minister of Mining and Energy of Serbia Zorana Mihajlović vowed to improve legislation for energy, renewables and energy efficiency