16 August 2022 - TPP Pljevlja's ecological reconstruction will not require a temporary shutdown in 2023, but a 7-month stoppage is planned for 2024
22 June 2022 - Coal-fired power plants in the Western Balkans were in breach of Energy Community pollution rules in 2021 for the fourth year in a row.
29 April 2022 - The ecological reconstruction of TPP Pljevlja will cost a total of EUR 70 million or about 15 million more than originally planned
05 April 2022 - Serbia's power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) will purchase coal from Montenegro’s Pljevlja Coal Mine
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).
22 October 2021 - State-owned utility EPCG says the reconstruction of coal-fired TPP Pljevlja should begin soon and prevent massive imports of electricity
20 September 2021 - The fate of the 225 MW thermal power plant (TPP) Pljevlja, which accounts for 40% of Montenegro’s electricity production, remains uncertain.
26 August 2021 - Montenegro is considering options to replace the Pljevlja thermal power plant when it ceases to generate electricity.
12 August 2021 - The state must create conditions for the development of companies able to accept employees from the sectors that will be affected by the energy transition.
01 July 2021 - Montenegro has joined the Powering Past Coal Alliance, announcing it will stop using coal by 2035 at the latest.
21 April 2021 - The Energy Community has launched an infringement procedure against Montenegro for continuing to operate TPP Pljevlja despite the expiry of the opt-out period.
11 February 2021 - The Energy Community Secretariat's Director Janez Kopač said it must start an infringement procedure in the case of TPP Pljevlja