We have to run, not walk, to tackle climate change

We have to run, not walk, to tackle climate change!

06 April 2022 - The transformation of the energy sector towards renewable energy sources must be accelerated and emissions must be halved by 2030

INA kicks-off wind measurements for offshore wind farms in Adriatic Sea megajoule adria

INA kicks off wind measurements on its gas platforms in Adriatic Sea

30 March 2022 - The Croatian oil and gas company began to measure wind potential for offshore wind farms in the Adriatic Sea

Fossil fuel giant Occidental capture carbon behalf Airbus

Fossil fuel giant Occidental to capture carbon on behalf of Airbus

23 March 2022 - Occidental Petroleum is making the world's biggest CO2 direct air capture and storage system that will lower Airbus's carbon footprint for a fee

Coal global energy CO2 emissions all time high 2021

Coal use pushes global energy-related CO2 emissions to all-time high in 2021

10 March 2022 - The increase in the use of coal last year was the main factor driving the record global rise in energy-related CO2 emissions, IEA found

Energy Community obligated follow EU CEEAG state aid guidelines

Energy Community is obligated to follow EU’s CEEAG state aid guidelines

14 February 2022 - The EU's Guidelines on State Aid for Climate, Environmental Protection and Energy (CEEAG) are obligatory, the Energy Community Secretariat said

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Serbia’s ambitious energy security plan targets 50% renewables share by 2040

08 February 2022 - Ministry of Mining and Energy has prepared the document Energy Security of Serbia, with solutions for entire energy sector

Carbon capture projects failing still to play role energy transition

Carbon capture projects failing but still to play role in energy transition

14 January 2022 - The carbon capture technology is still experimental, but it may have a shot with a proper funding scheme and a functional market

The summer of 2021 in Europe was warmest ever

Summer of 2021 in Europe was warmest ever

12 January 2022 - The last seven years were the warmest on record globally by a clear margin, and 2021 was the fifth-hottest year ever recorded

EIB halts loan for Budapest Airport expansion over breach of EU environmental law

EIB halts loan for Budapest Airport expansion over breach of EU environmental law

11 January 2022 - The European Investment Bank's due diligence for the project of Hungary's main international airport lacked basic necessary documentation

Most read articles on Balkan Green Energy News in 2021

30 December 2021 - The most important topics for our readers in 2021 were lithium, the coal phaseout and investment in renewable energy in Serbia

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Albania becomes second country to submit draft NECP to Energy Community Secretariat

23 December 2021 - There is still room for additional policies to help Albania decouple economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions.

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EU greenlights state aid regulations including CfDs, partly allows gas projects

22 December 2021 - Projects with government support need to be aligned with the EU's decarbonization goals, with some exceptions for gas

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