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Croatia

EU approves EUR 128 million for water infrastructure in Croatia

14 January 2020 - The European Commission has approved an investment of EUR 128 million from the cohesion fund...

Treaty reforms to be finalized in first half of 2020 – Energy Community Ministerial Council

17 December 2019 - The negotiations on the Energy Community Treaty reforms are expected to end in the first...

HEP District Heating

EU approves EUR 57 million Croatian support for HEP District Heating

04 December 2019 - The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, Croatian plans to support the...

European Commission Brussels

Bulgaria’s funding for waste incinerator CHP greenlighted by EU

27 November 2019 - The European Commission said on November 25 that it gave the go-ahead for Bulgaria’s proposal...

11 mayors from region join EU-wide declaration on just transition to post-coal era

22 October 2019 - A group of 41 mayors from 10 coal regions in 9 European countries including 11...

Western Balkans subsidies small hydropower

Western Balkans urged to end subsidies for destructive small hydropower – report

25 September 2019 - The European Commission and the Energy Community need to play a role in ending state...

energy storage support

Greece working on new energy storage support framework

17 September 2019 - Greece’s energy regulator, RAE, is preparing a new energy storage support framework to foster renewable...

clean hydrogen

Romania, Slovenia among five countries eyeing new European Commission’s energy portfolio

31 July 2019 - Five EU member states, including Estonia, Latvia, Romania, Poland, and Slovenia, are interested in getting...

SO2

EU refers Bulgaria to court for high values of SO2 caused by coal-fired power plants

31 July 2019 - The European Commission has decided to refer Bulgaria and Spain to the Court of Justice...

Most Read June

Most Read in June: Siemens Gamesa’s ETES, Montenegro goes coal-free for 10 days, EC Albania report

01 July 2019 - Even though it was published in late June, the news about Siemens Gamesa’s breakthrough electrothermal...

Wizz Air says greenest airline in EU amid growing rumors of new carbon tax

19 June 2019 - Wizz Air has announced it operates at the lowest CO2 emissions per passenger among all...

European Commission: Turkey makes good progress on renewables, energy efficiency

17 June 2019 - Turkey is moderately prepared in the area of energy, according to the European Commission’s latest...

European Commission: Montenegro should step up enforcement of laws in environmental protection, climate change

14 June 2019 - Montenegro has made some progress in harmonizing its legislation with the EU in the field...

European Commission: North Macedonia moderately aligned on energy, makes limited progress in environment-related laws

13 June 2019 - North Macedonia remains moderately aligned with the EU acquis in the field of energy, while...

lignite thermal power plant

European Commission: Kosovo* continues to rely on lignite, some progress seen on renewables

12 June 2019 - Kosovo* has some level of preparation in the field of energy, but continues to rely...

European Commission: Albania should urgently diversify away from hydropower, properly conduct environmental assessments

03 June 2019 - Albania is moderately prepared in the area of energy, according to the European Commission’s latest...

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