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US chooses to step up climate action with landmark bill

09 August 2022 - The US Senate has approved a bill that allocates USD 369 billion for combating climate change

Serbia target emissions cut 40 3 by 2030 upcoming NECP

Serbia to target emissions cut of 40.3% by 2030 in upcoming NECP

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

Bulgarian cement plant EU grant innovative carbon capture storage

Bulgarian cement plant gets EU grant for innovative carbon capture, storage project

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

EU agrees fossil fuel car ban as climate package talks are starting

EU agrees fossil fuel car ban as climate package talks are starting

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.

EP votes protect EU industry after CO2 border tax fully implemented

EP votes to protect EU industry even after CO2 border tax is fully implemented

23 June 2022 - MEPs want to maintain free emission allowances for industrial producers in the EU after the CO2 border tax is fully implemented in 2030

Renewables cornerstone Kosovo energy strategy 2031

Renewables are cornerstone of Kosovo* energy strategy through 2031

08 June 2022 - Kosovo* aims to boost its renewables capacity by 5.6 times within a decade to 1.4 GW including 100 MW from the prosumers segment

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Vienna, Europe’s unofficial green capital, launches international competition for green ideas

26 April 2022 - Firms and research institutions can apply by July 22 for up to EUR 500,000 for R&D projects for climate protection in Vienna

Sweden first in the world accounts for consumption emissions in climate targets

Sweden introduces imported good’s emissions in country’s climate targets

15 April 2022 - Swedish lawmakers backed the proposal to include CO2 emissions from the production and transport of imported goods in climate targets

Tenants landlords Germany share heating CO2 tax

Tenants, landlords in Germany to share CO2 tax for heating

08 April 2022 - Renters in Germany are bearing the burden from a CO2 tax for heating systems, but new rules aim to make landlords pay a fair share

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Energy transition in Western Balkans – how to move forward

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.

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

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