Gender workshop - UNECE–Global Water Partnership ADA June 23, 2021
Greece officially writes off four lignite fired thermal power

Greece officially writes off four coal-fired thermal power units

08 April 2021 - The plans for a coal phaseout in Greece seem to be accelerating as the only thermal power plant project may be switched to gas earlier.

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EPS director: Serbia won’t cut electricity production from coal despite green energy expansion

31 March 2021 - Milorad Grćić said power production from coal would remain at the same level while capacities in renewable energy sources would increase

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Europe is halfway into closing all coal power plants by 2030

25 March 2021 - Fifty percent of coal-fired thermal power plants in Europe are closed or will be shut down by 2030 amid rising CO2 costs and the expansion of renewables

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Energy Community launches infringement procedures against BiH, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Serbia

17 March 2021 - Large combustion plants in four contracting parties surpassed air pollution limits, prompting an enforcement process within the Energy Community

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Bojanić: Montenegro in talks to extend deadline for shutting down TPP Pljevlja

27 January 2021 - Montenegro is negotiating a new deadline for shutting down TPP Pljevlja, which has already used up its allocated 20,000 operating hours until 2023.

Serbia EUR 1 5 billion 2021 energy efficiency cut pollution

Serbia to spend EUR 1.5 billion in 2021 on energy efficiency, to cut pollution

16 December 2020 - Serbia will completely alter investment plans, prioritizing energy efficiency and the fight against pollution, Deputy Prime Minister Zorana Mihajlović said

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World Bank: Main sources of air pollution in Belgrade are heating, road transport, coal power plants

03 December 2020 - The largest sources of pollution are in the urban area - heating and road transport, but also outside the urban area - thermal power plants.

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Clean Air For All – What are the main sources of air pollutants?

30 September 2020 - *Expert advice in the preparation of this article was provided by Professor Aleksandar Jovović, Faculty...

Bulgaria 2.65 GW renewables capacity by 2030

Bulgaria to add 2.65 GW of renewables capacity by 2030

15 September 2020 - In its draft Sustainable Energy Development Strategy until 2030 with a 2050 horizon, Bulgaria doesn’t...

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Strong political will and access to European electricity market – key enablers of RES integration challenges in Western Balkans

08 August 2020 - Authors: REPCONS project team of key experts Experts from the Western Balkans see energy transition...

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EPBiH has opted for decarbonization, but progress on building renewable energy capacities is slow

07 July 2020 - State power utility Elektropriveda Bosne i Hercegovine (EPBiH) has opted for decarbonization, company officials say,...

Nikola Rajakovic feature article on energy transition

ENERGY TRANSITION – Changes go into high gear

06 April 2020 - Author: Nikola Rajaković, a professor at the University of Belgrade School of Electrical Engineering (ETF)...

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