27 May 2022 - The EU allowed Romania to use its share of the Modernisation Fund for the makeover of coal plant owner CE Oltenia and the electricity grid
26 May 2022 - Bulgaria is introducing a law to eliminate the administrative procedure for renewables on buildings, as long as they are for own use
23 May 2022 - Flughafen Wien Group said it has put Austria's biggest solar power plant into operation on 24 hectares at the Vienna International Airport
12 May 2022 - The European Commission will promote the installation of rooftop solar panels on every public building by 2025, the REPowerEU draft shows
06 May 2022 - Meton Energeiaki is seeking a contractor for its 191 MW solar park project in the vicinity of a former coal plant in northern Greece
06 May 2022 - Turkey is the fourth solar panel producer in the world, Minister Fatih Dönmez said and added the goal is to enter the top three next year
05 May 2022 - AES Bulgaria will explore options for developing a combined 100 MW solar power and battery energy storage project
28 April 2022 - Kosovo's regulator ERO received applications in 2021 for 298 MW in total, of which one is a 250 MW pumped storage hydropower plant
21 April 2022 - The failed Akërni PV project has been revived, according to a report. Official data showed 1.2 GW in the pipeline in the solar power sector in Albania.
21 April 2022 - Biopower Green Energy and Marseglia Group got a strategic investment status in Albania for a EUR 244 million project for two wind farms
20 April 2022 - Retired US Army General Wesley Clark and Kosovo* Prime Minister Albin Kurti have discussed energy projects, particularly solar power.
15 April 2022 - Hidroelectrica is looking to buy 2 GW in wind farm and solar power projects, and may build more hydropower plants on the Buzău
14 April 2022 - The wind and solar PPA index for 14 European countries rallied 8.6% in the first quarter and 27.5% year on year, to EUR 57 per MWh
13 April 2022 - Renewables accounted for 38.3% of global electricity generation capacity at the end of last year, IRENA said
12 April 2022 - Turkey became the 14th country in the world to cross the 100 GW level in combined power plant capacity – most additions are from renewables.