19 May 2022 - Four European countries have announced 150 GW of offshore wind by 2050, but all five European wind turbine makers are currently operating at a loss.
26 April 2022 - The long-awaited regulatory framework for renewables licensing, energy storage and floating photovoltaics was submitted for public consultation.
19 April 2022 - A strategic partnership agreement would make joint projects easier, especially in the energy sector, US Ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill said
06 April 2022 - The transformation of the energy sector towards renewable energy sources must be accelerated and emissions must be halved by 2030
23 March 2022 - The country’s solar capacity could be boosted by 170 percent, enough to power 6.9 million more homes
16 March 2022 - Applications for new renewable projects licenses in Greece rose once again in February, after a drop in October.
18 January 2022 - Green hydrogen could cover up to 12 percent of global energy consumption in 2050, according...
13 January 2022 - Germany published a climate plan for the 2030 emissions target, decarbonization of industry, electrification of transport, and heating
04 January 2022 - Subotica is planning a 50 MW solar power plant in Bikovo and Vranje announced a PV unit of 18 MW would be installed in the industrial zone
30 December 2021 - Romanian Hidroelectrica plans hydrogen production unit on Danube, and Lukoil with Rusatom Overseas production of green hydrogen in Ploiesti.
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