08 June 2021 - Water will be heated in two reservoirs with surplus electricity at times of slow demand, so no wind power is wasted, to supply buildings in Vienna
20 April 2021 - The Sarajevo Canton picked 77 beneficiaries that will install wood pellet furnaces and 27 are setting up heat pumps instead of coal for heating
14 April 2021 - The Law on Renewable Energy Sources will open the door for a solar boom, and substantial capacities can be installed very fast, keynote speakers said at the First Big Conference on Solar Energy in Serbia
12 April 2021 - The Government of Serbia plans to utilize the potential of renewables in district heating with help from EBRD, especially with solar thermal systems
06 April 2021 - Icelandic group Arctic Green Energy will help FŐTÁV, the district heating company of Budapest, to add geothermal capacity of 10 MW to 20 MW
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
16 March 2021 - Local authorities and state institutions in Bulgaria are preparing geothermal energy projects for grants worth EUR 3.4 million in total
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
22 February 2021 - According to the state authorities, the outcome can be seen as a result of the dedicated measures to reduce air pollution.
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
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
23 December 2020 - Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova told Greenpeace Bulgaria the city would step up measures to reduce air pollution
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
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.
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.
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