21 September 2022 - If the State wants to continue implementing the model of secure electricity supply at an affordable price, it will have to support a serious transformation of EPS and the renewal of its production capacities
29 March 2022 - In an interview with BGEN, Damir Miljević, Nikola Rajaković and Miroslav Vujnović talk about the impact of the Ukraine crisis on the energy transition in BiH, Montenegro and Serbia
22 February 2022 - Achieving climate neutrality calls for changes across society, and changing people’s mindset will pose the greatest challenge, according to the conference Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market.
16 February 2022 - Experts from the region have complied the Barometer of Sustainable Energy Transition report titled Perfect Storm – an uncontrolled decarbonization of the Western Balkans’ power sector.
15 December 2021 - State-owned utility EPS got some of the aging units functioning again after a breakdown, but the country is still relying on power imports
23 August 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy will present a EUR 17 billion investment plan in September including two major pumped storage hydropower plants.
26 July 2021 - The optimal solution for Serbia’s energy sector is a hybrid model that entails a coal phaseout and transition to renewable energy sources, with natural gas and hydrogen as transitional fuels, experts say.
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 December 2020 - Energy transition into renewables is necessary and more cost effective even than to maintain coal thermal power plants, the academic community claims
11 September 2020 - Experts Damir Miljević, Nikola Rajaković and Igor Kalaba called for reform and the beginning of...
26 May 2020 - Author: Prof. Nikola Rajaković, School of Electrical Engineering (ETF), University of Belgrade In the process...
27 April 2020 - Author: Prof. Nikola Rajaković, School of Electrical Engineering (ETF), University of Belgrade The central trends...