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News from theme: Ecology
- Montenegro: Public Hearing on Hydrocarbons Impact on Environment in February
- Croatia among First EU Countries to Finish Low Carbon Strategy
- Romania: EUR 31.1 Million for Environmental Projects from EEA and Norway Grants
- Study: Hazardous Hydropower Projects in Balkans Due to SEA and EIA Sub-standards
- Croatia to Give EUR 2.2 Million for Climate Change Research Projects
- EWEA: Wind Can Be Single Largest Source of Power Generation in EU by 2030
- Montenegro Launching Public Discussion on Climate Change Report
- Siemens to Be “Climate Neutral” by 2030, the Company Announced
- Slovenia and Croatia Receive EU Money for Fight Against Climate Change
- Montenegrin Government Adopts National Strategy for Climate Change
News from theme: RES and EE
- Macedonia to Produce 21% of Electricity from RES in 2020
- Romania: 906 Green Certificates Traded on Centralised Market in January
- Belgian WindVision to Build 174 MW Wind Park in Serbia
- EBRD Interested in Present and Future Investments of Slovenia’s SIJ Group
- CEER’s Response on New Renewable Energy Directive
- Bulgaria Obtains EUR 250 Million Loan for Energy Efficiency in Buildings
- CEER Calls for Clear Regulation for Smooth Rollout of Smart Meters
- Republika Srpska’s Trusina Wind Park Online Next Year
- Record Increase in RES in 2015 in Europe Did Not Decrease Fossil Generation
- Israeli Enlight Renewable Energy to Build 49 MW Wind Power Plant in Croatia
Media Clipping archive
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- Cijene nafte pale nakon dva tjedna rasta
- Swansea Bay tidal energy scheme 'must go ahead', say Lib Dems
- Welsh home installs UK's first Tesla Powerwall storage battery
- Shell massively expands natural gas business – just as sector tanks
- The world’s most hated company: can NGOs help turn Shell’s reputation around?
- A quarter of North Sea oil platforms 'could be scrapped in 10 years'
- Why the oil industry could be a stain on economic recovery in US
- Half of windfarm complaints about turbines yet to be built: commissioner
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