11 October 2022 - In Croatia, 63 power plants with a total capacity of 341 MW have so far terminated their contracts, compared to 11 in Serbia
02 August 2022 - Wind parks ZD 6 and ZD 2 & 3 are among the first renewable energy plants to voluntarily leave Croatia's feed-in tariff subsidy scheme
04 July 2022 - It introduces auctions for the allocation of feed-in tariffs and feed-in premiums for renewable power plants
25 March 2022 - The changes include the division into small and large plants for production of electricity from renewables
17 February 2022 - The law introduces auctions for premiums, as well as an option for individuals and businesses to produce green energy for self-consumption
26 November 2021 - The missing regulations and decisions were adopted yesterday by the Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia and the government
25 November 2021 - The Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia (AERS) has defined the maximum purchase price for electricity produced in wind farms
05 October 2021 - The Serbian energy agency has launched public consultation on drafts methodologies for the maximum purchase price and the maximum feed-in tariff.
09 September 2021 - The new law will be aligned to a great extent with the EU’s Directive on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources.
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.