06 December 2022 - Many EU member states are prioritizing energy security over decarbonization and reviving retired coal power plants, MEP Petros Kokkalis said
25 November 2022 - Liquid 3 is a photo-bioreactor with microalgae that cleans the air and serves as a bench in the Belgrade city centre
22 November 2022 - At COP27, delegates agreed to establish a fund to help the most vulnerable countries but failed to commit to phasing out all fossil fuels
18 November 2022 - Turkey will need around USD 10 billion of investments a year, to raise the capacity in solar, wind and storage to achieve net zero by 2050
22 September 2022 - Slovenia is drafting the Climate Change Act to create a legal framework for implementing climate policy and reporting on all its aspects
02 September 2022 - The adoption of the targets is essential to put the contracting parties on a path towards achieving climate neutrality
01 September 2022 - The Carbon Capture Crux – Lessons Learned studies 13 flagship large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS)/carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) projects
19 August 2022 - Serbia is mulling the option for its NECP to start adding small modular reactors in 2032. The emissions reduction is seen at 34.2% to 44.4% by 2030.
09 August 2022 - The US Senate has approved a bill that allocates USD 369 billion for combating climate change
27 July 2022 - Serbia presented the preliminary goals for its integrated national energy and climate plan as it is about to start a public debate
18 July 2022 - Devnya Cement got a EUR 190 million grant from the EU for the first full-chain carbon capture and storage project in the Balkans
29 June 2022 - The Council of the EU and European Parliament are set for talks on the Fit-for-55 package. Both agree new combustion engines should be banned by 2035.