City of Kragujevac in Serbia saving energy, promoting green economy

22 March 2021 - The City of Kragujevac understood energy efficiency doesn't only bring budget savings but that it enables environmental protection and job creation

Municipalities Bulgaria funds geothermal

Municipalities in Bulgaria can apply for funds for geothermal energy

16 March 2021 - Local authorities and state institutions in Bulgaria are preparing geothermal energy projects for grants worth EUR 3.4 million in total

Belgrade EUR 5 2 billion green development 2030

Belgrade earmarks EUR 5.2 billion for green development by 2030

02 March 2021 - The draft Green City Action Plan and Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan of Belgrade include investments of EUR 5.2 billion until 2030

skopje air pollution

Skopje’s air cleanest in seven years

22 February 2021 - According to the state authorities, the outcome can be seen as a result of the dedicated measures to reduce air pollution.

Serbian municipal units can apply for EUR 3 4 million to improve air quality

Serbian municipal units can apply for EUR 3.4 million to improve air quality

03 February 2021 - Serbia set aside funds for the replacement and upgrades of heating systems and to help plant trees and cut the impact of individual sources of pollution

Renewables electric cars lighting Smart Road Tirana

Renewables to power electric cars, lighting on Smart Road Tirana

08 January 2021 - Within a pilot project in Tirana, small solar and wind power devices will be used to supply the energy for public lighting and chargers for electric cars

Mayor activists Sofia renewables air pollution

Mayor promises activists Sofia would install renewables to cut air pollution

23 December 2020 - Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova told Greenpeace Bulgaria the city would step up measures to reduce air pollution

EU leaders budget, green recovery funds 55 emission cut

EU leaders agree on budget, green recovery funds, 55% emission cut goal

12 December 2020 - The European Parliament is set to vote on a proposal for the EU's seven-year budget, green recovery funds and the 55% emission cut target

res foundation air pollution conference belgrade

World Bank: Main sources of air pollution in Belgrade are heating, road transport, coal power plants

03 December 2020 - The largest sources of pollution are in the urban area - heating and road transport, but also outside the urban area - thermal power plants.

City-of-Sarajevo,-Bosnia-and-Herzegovina

Sarajevo to make inventory of households’ furnaces as a step to reduce air pollution

13 November 2020 - Sarajevo Canton has officially started preparing a ten-year strategy to reduce the use of coal in order to minimize air pollution.

EU okays Romania's EUR 150 million renewables district heating

EU okays Romania’s EUR 150 million support for renewables in district heating

09 November 2020 - Romania's state aid package of EUR 150 million for operators of district heating plants and networks obtained clearance from the EU

Works Vinca incinerator Belgrade recycling

Vinča incinerator project moves ahead but Belgrade still without waste separation system

07 October 2020 - The waste incineration plant under construction in Vinča will make Belgrade lag behind Serbia’s efforts...

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