24 June 2022 - The deadline for submitting bids for the award of premiums is July 4, according to the public call published by HROTE
12 April 2022 - Turkey became the 14th country in the world to cross the 100 GW level in combined power plant capacity – most additions are from renewables.
08 April 2022 - In an op-ed for Balkan Green Energy News, energy experts Mirza Kušljugić and Damir Miljević write about the ongoing energy crisis and the energy transition in the Western Balkans.
07 April 2022 - The City Council of Đurđevac voted for a partnership with local firm Nova natura for the exploration and exploitation of geothermal potential
16 February 2022 - Experts from the region have complied the Barometer of Sustainable Energy Transition report titled Perfect Storm – an uncontrolled decarbonization of the Western Balkans’ power sector.
10 December 2021 - The European Commission has approved Croatia's EUR 783 million scheme to support electricity production from renewable sources through 2023
09 December 2021 - Leading automakers have signed agreements to secure lithium extracted from geothermal water, a method with a much lower ecological footprint
01 December 2021 - The Salton Sea in the southern part of California can supply 600,000 tons of lithium per year, an amount exceeding the current annual consumption of the US
09 November 2021 - The Varaždin county in Croatia's north could become energy independent with the production of power and heat from geothermal sources
01 July 2021 - Montenegro has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, announcing it will stop using coal by 2035 at the latest.
25 June 2021 - North Macedonia is the first country in the Western Balkans to make a decision on abandoning coal, announcing it will shut down its thermal power plants by 2028.
25 June 2021 - Fossil fuels are not the future, but they certainly are our present, says Petar Đokić, minister of mining and energy of the Republic of Srpska.