19 April 2022 - The EU is urged to back energy storage so as to ensure energy security and independence of Russian fossil fuels, and achieve a net-zero power system.
14 April 2022 - The new goal will be determined during the revision of the national energy and climate plan, planned for this year
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 February 2022 - The EU's carbon border tax or national CO2 pricing systems will affect both businesses and citizens in the region, businesspeople and experts warned at the conference Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market.
31 January 2022 - Previous year and 2022 are crucial for the energy transition as the future of the Serbian energy sector is being decided on
23 December 2021 - There is still room for additional policies to help Albania decouple economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions.
23 November 2021 - The decarbonization roadmap will be discussed at the meeting of the Ministerial Council of the Energy Community in Belgrade on November 30
12 August 2021 - The state must create conditions for the development of companies able to accept employees from the sectors that will be affected by the energy transition.
20 July 2021 - An energy permit for a second unit of Slovenian nuclear power plant Krško has been issued, but a final decision on the project has yet to be made.
01 July 2021 - Montenegro has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, announcing it will stop using coal by 2035 at the latest.
09 June 2021 - The draft law on renewable energy sources and high-efficiency cogeneration is up for public consultation, which will last until June 16.
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.