25 June 2021 - North Macedonia is the first country in the Western Balkans to make a decision on abandoning coal, announcing it will shut down its thermal power plants by 2028.
25 June 2021 - Fossil fuels are not the future, but they certainly are our present, says Petar Đokić, minister of mining and energy of the Republic of Srpska.
21 June 2021 - State-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore will not be privatized, according to the Ministry of Capital Investments.
24 May 2021 - Elektroprivreda Hrvatske Zajednice Herceg Bosne has issued a public call for the purchase of renewable energy projects.
24 May 2021 - The move could be seen as the first serious step in the energy transition and the decarbonization of the energy sector.
14 May 2021 - The company has obtained new construction permits in order to enable installation of the new generation of wind turbines.
27 April 2021 - The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development has prepared the Draft law on the electricity market to speed up the implementation of projects.
22 April 2021 - After the transitional period of market premiums, solar will become the main driver of electricity market liquidity in Serbia, says CWP Global's Maja Turković.
21 April 2021 - The National Assembly has endorsed the law on renewables, the law on energy efficiency, the law on energy and the law on mining.
16 April 2021 - Two Romanian businessmen have obtained a permit to build a 393 MW wind farm in Constanta County in eastern Romania.
02 April 2021 - The two companies target 500 MW of wind power and 500 MW of solar, and the construction of storage with an installed capacity of 300 MW.
30 March 2021 - Professor Neven Duić in an interview with Balkan Green Energy News talks about the energy transition in Croatia.