26 January 2021 - Half of the additional renewable energy capacity last year came from hydropower plants, while wind, solar, and biomass accounted for the rest.
22 January 2021 - The United Kingdom ordered the most wind turbine capacity, 4.4 GW, followed by the Netherlands, with 2.4 GW, and Sweden, with 1.4 GW.
22 January 2021 - Serbia’s draft law on renewable energy sources, which introduces auctions and prosumers, is up for public consultation until February 9.
19 January 2021 - Norway's NBT has partnered with WV International (formerly Windvision) in an 800 MW portfolio of wind projects in Serbia.
05 January 2021 - State power utility EPBiH has adopted a three-year business plan that envisages investments of some EUR 850 million.
04 January 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy has published the starting points for the upcoming draft law and invited the public to submit suggestions.
30 December 2020 - Company plans construction of three wind farms, a 30 MW solar power plant, geothermal and pumped storage projects.
21 December 2020 - The government has decided to increase the surcharge paid by consumers to fund renewable energy incentives from EUR 0.00079 per kWh to EUR 0.00371.
07 December 2020 - Due to heavy rains and strong wind, production in hydropower plants and wind farms reached 48 GWh yesterday, while consumption was 47 GWh.
04 December 2020 - Decision makers can slow down or speed up the coal phase-out, but regardless of their action, the coal share is heading for a big drop.
17 November 2020 - Serbia could get 1 GW in wind farm capacity in the next five years, it has to decarbonize energy and reduce the share of coal in energy production within one or two decades. The Green Agenda for the Western Balkans
02 November 2020 - Power utility Elektroprivreda Bosne i Hercegovine (EPBiH) wants to buy hydropower, solar and wind power...