17 June 2022 - Montenegro's state-owned power utility EPCG said it completed the first transaction at Serbian power exchange SEEPEX
17 June 2022 - The development of new markets in Balkan energy exchanges leads to better opportunities and lowers prices for consumers
04 April 2022 - ADEX shares will be owned equally by Slovenia's TSO ELES, Serbia's TSO EMS and the EU's power exchange EPEX SPOT
07 March 2022 - Brent oil hit USD 139.13 dollars per barrel, the highest since 2008, while Dutch TTF natural gas reached an all-time intraday record of EUR 345 per MWh
25 February 2022 - New laws for electricity and renewables made investments easier and firms will have a more active role, so market participants need to adapt step by step, experts said
28 January 2022 - Futures are the best indicator for prices for 2022, said Miloš Mladenović, director of Serbia’s power exchange SEEPEX
21 January 2022 - In Belgrade on February 22, Balkan Green Energy News is organizing a conference on the outlook for Serbia’s electricity market for the next few years and new roles of market players.
26 November 2021 - The missing regulations and decisions were adopted yesterday by the Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia and the government
04 November 2021 - The Serbian government has ordered state power utility EPS to keep electricity prices for business customers unchanged until the end of November.
07 October 2021 - The price of electricity on European power exchanges yesterday recorded an unprecedented rise of more than EUR 140 per MWh.
04 October 2021 - If new prices become reality companies will have to lower production, lay off workers, and to increase the price of goods and services.
20 August 2021 - Electricity markets in the region have seen daily prices of up to EUR 120 per MWh in recent days, an increase of about EUR 30 against the same period in 2019.