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EU’s renewable power capacity additions jump 30% in 2021

11 May 2022 - The world as a whole also set a fresh record in new renewables capacity last year, adding almost 295 GW

Serbia protect vulnerable households jump energy prices

Serbia to protect vulnerable households from jump in energy prices

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

European carbon prices tumble failing new highs gas drops

European carbon prices tumble, failing to scale new highs as gas drops

09 May 2022 - Recession fears spilled over to the EU's carbon market: the price dropped 5% per ton after challenging recent record highs

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SEE countries set up regional taskforce to jointly diversify gas supplies, strengthen energy security

05 May 2022 - Representatives of Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Greece, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Ukraine, and Turkey also discussed decarbonization and the green transition

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AES Bulgaria to look into developing solar, energy storage projects

05 May 2022 - AES Bulgaria will explore options for developing a combined 100 MW solar power and battery energy storage project

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Eurelectric: unsuitable measures to tame electricity prices would hinder investments in renewables

04 May 2022 - Eurelectric has published its response to the European Commission's options for immediate price mitigation measures

Launch of works on Alexandroupolis LNG terminal in Greece

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.

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ACER report: electricity price volatility is likely to increase in years ahead

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

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Bulgaria reviewing gas transit contracts with Gazprom after delivery suspension

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

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Robert Golob’s movement wins Slovenia elections with green economy pledge

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

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EU mulls higher renewables target for 2030 to speed up shift from Russian fossil fuels

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%.

Balkan countries offshore platforms LNG replace Russian gas

Balkan countries count on offshore platforms, LNG to replace Russian gas

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

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