11 May 2022 - The world as a whole also set a fresh record in new renewables capacity last year, adding almost 295 GW
10 May 2022 - Serbia will adopt a decree to help 200.000 households to pay electricity bills and 50.000 will be able to get aid for heat costs, Minister Zorana Mihajlović said
09 May 2022 - Recession fears spilled over to the EU's carbon market: the price dropped 5% per ton after challenging recent record highs
05 May 2022 - Representatives of Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Greece, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine, and Turkey also discussed decarbonization and the green transition
05 May 2022 - AES Bulgaria will explore options for developing a combined 100 MW solar power and battery energy storage project
04 May 2022 - Eurelectric has published its response to the European Commission's options for immediate price mitigation measures
03 May 2022 - Works on the Alexandroupolis LNG terminal were launched today in Greece, a project that is expected to help reduce dependence on Russian gas.
02 May 2022 - In its Final Assessment of the EU Wholesale Electricity Market Design, ACER says that the electricity market design is not to blame for the energy crisis
27 April 2022 - Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov said Gazprom's move is blackmail and that the government is reviewing all agreements, including the ones on transit
26 April 2022 - Robert Golob and his Freedom Movement based the economic program on decarbonization and digitalization with renewables and nuclear power as energy pillars
21 April 2022 - Last year the European Commission proposed lifting the existing 32% target for renewables in the overall energy mix to 40%, and is now considering raising it to 45%.
20 April 2022 - Southeastern European countries are cutting red tape for offshore gas, offering incentives and looking at LNG as an alternative to Russian gas