04 May 2021 - Greece and Romania are the most active among EU member states in Southeast Europe on climate change issues, while Bulgaria is trying to catch up.
19 April 2021 - Slovenia's only coal-fired thermal power plant TEŠ is on track to lose up to EUR 150 million this year, CEO of ELES Aleksander Mervar said
01 April 2021 - The country has signed three memoranda with Greece on the future LNG terminal near Alexandroupolis and the adjacent gas-fired power plant.
24 March 2021 - After environmentalists protested and a warning from auditors, the Government of Montenegro said oil can be discussed only after exploratory drilling
17 March 2021 - IRENA says planned investments in green energy and new solutions must jump 30% to USD 131 trillion to hold the rise in temperature under 1.5 degrees
10 March 2021 - Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač praised the reforms in Serbia but also stressed the prices of power for households must be increased
08 March 2021 - Niš included citizens in energy transition planning and it is working on the establishment of energy cooperatives, Energy Manager Bojan Gajić says
05 March 2021 - Turkey plans to lower its primary energy consumption by 14% with nearly USD 11 billion in investment earmarked for energy efficiency by 2023
25 February 2021 - The European Commission's Executive Vice-President says the EU needs to help the fossil fuel sector to abandon coal, but also oil and petrochemicals
28 December 2020 - The heating plant in Kragujevac will be converted from coal to gas, and boilers on solid fuels replaced in kindergartens, schools, health centers and households.
22 December 2020 - Green hydrogen projects are still more political than economic but upcoming investments will give a strong impetus, says Branko Milićević from UNECE
21 December 2020 - There is also a great interest among companies for investment in new power plants in Negotino and in the Čebren hydropower plant.