03 June 2021 - Serbia’s decision to halt the construction of thermal power plant Kolubara B is the country’s first serious step in the energy transition.
27 May 2021 - Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlović said a plan would be developed for the operation of thermal power plants in Serbia until 2050
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.
23 April 2021 - The Ministry of Mining and Energy has launched a project called the Further Capacity Development for Energy Planning, which will include the drafting of a NECP.
14 April 2021 - The Law on Renewable Energy Sources will open the door for a solar boom, and substantial capacities can be installed very fast, keynote speakers said at the First Big Conference on Solar Energy in Serbia
29 March 2021 - The government adopted the bills on renewable energy sources, energy, energy efficiency and mining, and sent them to parliament for adoption.
22 March 2021 - Serbia’s share of renewable energy sources in final energy consumption is now 20%, compared to the 27% target for 2020.
18 March 2021 - The First Big Conference on Solar Energy in Serbia, organized by Balkan Green Energy News, will be held in Belgrade on April 14.
10 March 2021 - Energy Community Secretariat Director Janez Kopač praised the reforms in Serbia but also stressed the prices of power for households must be increased
05 March 2021 - Minister Mihajlović says homeowners could start to apply for funds for wall insulation and new windows this summer
23 February 2021 - Transmission system operator has received a donation from the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF) for section 3 of the corridor.