02 September 2021 - The main reason for their construction are state incentives which are not in line with the rules of the EU, according to the analysis.
26 August 2021 - Total installed capacity of the four facilities planned for construction is 4 MW. The first one should be put into operation by the end of the year.
27 July 2021 - 250 MW of solar photovoltaic capacities for self consumption could bring investment of around EUR 300 million.
01 April 2021 - The Government of FBiH wanted to allow an extension after a period of 12 years during which SHPPs receive subsidies.
29 March 2021 - The government adopted the bills on renewable energy sources, energy, energy efficiency and mining, and sent them to parliament for adoption.
22 January 2021 - Serbia’s draft law on renewable energy sources, which introduces auctions and prosumers, is up for public consultation until February 9.
15 January 2021 - The scarce resources available need to be directed at those technologies which still need a boost but whose prices may still fall - mainly solar and wind farms.
13 January 2021 - The public call for premiums and for feed-in tariffs referred to a total of 88 MW of installed renewable energy capacity.
04 January 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy has published the starting points for the upcoming draft law and invited the public to submit suggestions.
21 December 2020 - The government has decided to increase the surcharge paid by consumers to fund renewable energy incentives from EUR 0.00079 per kWh to EUR 0.00371.
02 December 2020 - State Aid Commission (SAC) said that it has found that the scheme approved by the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) is illegal.
19 November 2020 - The government is preparing a set of regulatory amendments in order to prevent the adverse impact of small hydropower plants on the environment.