28 April 2023 - The draft national energy and climate plan of BiH was presented for the first time at the Energy Summit 2023 in Neum
07 February 2023 - Last year the European Union connected 41.4 GW of photovoltaic capacity to the grid, an all-time record 47% increase
21 December 2022 - The IMF approved a two-year standby arrangement for Serbia, which will be able to withdraw EUR 2.4 billion
11 November 2022 - National plans must implement a more efficient energy policy that will ensure the path to the decarbonization of the region 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 June 2022 - The NECP covers the period from 2021 to 2030 and prescribes the path to achieve the goals set for 2030, the government said
23 March 2022 - A clear vision, the responsibility of key actors, the NECP, sources of financing – each of these segments is equally important for Montenegro’s energy transition.
23 December 2021 - There is still room for additional policies to help Albania decouple economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions.
01 July 2021 - Montenegro has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, announcing it will stop using coal by 2035 at the latest.
03 June 2021 - Serbia’s decision to halt the construction of thermal power plant Kolubara B is the country’s first serious step in the energy transition.
22 January 2021 - Serbia’s draft law on renewable energy sources, which introduces auctions and prosumers, is up for public consultation until February 9.