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Regulatory framework, electricity price highlighted as impediments to greening region’s energy mix

30 November 2018 - The Western Balkans, and Serbia in particular, should continue implementing regulations to help green the...

Business interests of coal, oil, gas, nuclear are main obstacle to 100% renewable electricity worldwide

27 November 2018 - Serbia has enough potential to cover energy demand with renewables only, including solar, wind, biomass,...

Čibuk 1, Serbia’s largest wind farm, set to start production “earlier than initially planned”

10 September 2018 - Čibuk 1 has reached a number of key milestones and is on schedule to start...

Slovenia pays EUR 69.4 million in renewable energy, CHP subsidies in H1

15 August 2018 - Support payments for electricity from renewable energy sources and high-efficiency cogeneration (combined heat and power...

Belgrade landfill operator to apply to get biogas plant into feed-in tariff system

13 August 2018 - Once it gets the construction permit under the EUR 330 million public-private partnership (PPP) project...

EPS reports net profit of EUR 28.8 million, distribution subsidiary EUR 20.3 million in 2017

23 July 2018 - Public power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) made a net profit of around RSD 3.4 billion...

Green Party proposes draft of new environmental impact assessment law over SHPPs

16 July 2018 - The Green Party has submitted a proposal of a draft new environmental impact assessment law...

Croatia to switch to premiums as feed-in tariff model “reaches end” – minister

06 July 2018 - Croatia will switch to premiums to co-finance renewable energy projects, said Minister of Environmental Protection...

Greece launches regular renewable energy auctions in shift from standard FIT model

03 July 2018 - Greece has held its first regular competitive auctions for renewable energy capacities, after significantly trimming...

Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria have no plans for introducing tenders for renewables - CEER

Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria have no plans for introducing tenders for renewables – CEER

22 June 2018 - Eleven European countries, including Slovenia, Romania, and Bulgaria, have no concrete plans for introducing tenders...

Wind farm quota not to be raised, investors to be selected in tenders – PM

06 June 2018 - Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić has said that feed-in quotas for electricity produced by wind...

Introduction of market-based incentives for renewables not in Serbia’s interest

Introduction of market-based incentives for renewables not in Serbia’s interest

29 May 2018 - Author: Slobodan Ružić, CEO of Energy Saving Group The need to incentivize investments in renewable energy...

Feed-in premiums, auctions seen replacing “obsolete” feed-in tariff model

20 May 2018 - The feed-in tariff model of incentives for renewable energy production is obsolete, and the next...

Greece to launch competitive solar, wind tenders on July 2

07 May 2018 - Greece has scheduled auctions for solar and wind capacity for July 2 as it readies...

Ministry preparing new package of incentives for renewable energy

19 April 2018 - The decree on incentive measures for renewable energy sources expires at the end of this...

Consolidation inevitable for small power exchanges

15 March 2018 - Miloš Mladenović, managing director of Serbian power exchange operator SEEPEX, believes that the latest EU...

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