27 December 2021 - HEP received approval from the Government of Croatia to take a EUR 63 million loan from the European Investment Bank
14 December 2021 - In its negotiations on EU accession, Serbia opened cluster 4 – Green Agenda and sustainable connectivity, consisting of four chapters
09 December 2021 - The switch from fossil fuels to low-carbon sources implies a massive leap in demand for metals and other commodities, IMF said
07 November 2021 - The new digester at Sofiyska voda's wastewater treatment plant, worth EUR 3.1 million, increased its biogas production capacity by 25%
28 October 2021 - The Greek environment and energy ministry's decision has caused reactions in the renewables market since it lowers the account's inflows by EUR 75 million
08 September 2021 - Siemens Gamesa will equip RWE's offshore wind park with turbines that have recyclable blades, thanks to a resin that can be separated upon decommissioning.
30 August 2021 - Carbon permits reached almost EUR 61 per ton in the EU as power producers are struggling to obtain gas from Russia and wind has weakened
27 August 2021 - By increasing the use of hydrogen, Turkey aims to take a step towards using cleaner resources and thus becoming less dependent on imported energy. This is of great importance as Turkey’s energy strategy focuses on local sources of energy.
09 July 2021 - The lower house of the Austrian parliament has adopted a bill aimed at ensuring that all electricity consumption is covered from renewables by 2030.
30 June 2021 - The new Law on Use of Renewable Energy Sources is mostly aimed at stimulating new investments in RES and increasing the share of renewable sources in the total energy produced by creating a modern, investment-friendly legal framework, which will enable energy transition and further development of the Serbian RES sector.
28 May 2021 - Integrated management of water, energy, and land resources, while protecting ecosystems, remains a substantial challenge in the Western Balkans.
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.