08 June 2022 - Kosovo* aims to boost its renewables capacity by 5.6 times within a decade to 1.4 GW including 100 MW from the prosumers segment
07 June 2022 - A consortium will determine the best solutions for using gas, biomass and waste in defunct thermal power plant Plomin 1 in Croatia
27 April 2022 - EPS said it is reconsidering the plan to reconstruct coal plant units TENT A1 and A2 and that it intends to start works on TENT B2 only in 2025
04 April 2022 - There are no plans for a new coal-fired thermal power plant in Kosovo*, but the existing two require investments
11 March 2022 - The European Union is pushing to eliminate domestic demand for Russian fossil fuels, but it implies a reversal in coal plant shutdown plans
02 March 2022 - Two units in coal plants are due to be shut down in line with the EU’s Large Combustion Plants Directive (LCPD).
23 February 2022 - The EU's carbon border tax or national CO2 pricing systems will affect both businesses and citizens in the region, businesspeople and experts warned at the conference Serbian Companies on the Changing Power Market.
09 February 2022 - Measures accompanying the CBAM must be directed to helping the Western Balkans adjust to the CO2 pricing system, experts say
05 January 2022 - State-owned energy utility EPBiH plans to install a photovoltaic plant of 56 MW at the site of an ash and slag dump at the Tuzla coal plant
28 December 2021 - A coal mill was damaged in the B2 unit of the Nikola Tesla B power plant (TENT B) while B1 is inactive since December 26 due to a fire
15 December 2021 - Prishtina was left without district heating as a coal plant broke down and Kosovo* is forced to import large quantities of electricity
15 December 2021 - State-owned utility EPS got some of the aging units functioning again after a breakdown, but the country is still relying on power imports