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Montenegro raises EUR 13m in CO2 credit auction

Date: 14.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro raises EUR 13m in CO2 credit auctionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Montenegro has raised nearly EUR 13m in an auction of vintage emission allowances for 2023, with the 225 MW Pljevlja coal-fired power plant operated by utility EPCG being the sole bidder, the

Montenegrin Pljevlja plant outage prolonged until next week

Date: 12.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin Pljevlja plant outage prolonged until next weekPhoto: EPCG

The overhaul of Montenegro’s Pljevlja coal-fired power plant has been extended until next week, an official from the power utility EPCG, which operates the 225 MW plant, told Montel on Wednesday.

Montenegrin firm submits EIA for 68 MW solar farm

Date: 04.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin firm submits EIA for 68 MW solar farmPhoto: Vlada HR

Montenegrin renewables developer New Age Energy Tri has submitted an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report for a 68 MW solar project near the western town of Niksic, the environmental

W. Balkans call for more EU support to achieve green goals

Date: 03.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
W. Balkans call for more EU support to achieve green goalsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The energy transition and carbon neutrality in the Western Balkans will be hard to achieve by 2050 without stronger financial support from the EU, according to Montenegro’s energy minister Sasa

Montenegro eyes first renewables auctions in 2025

Date: 03.06.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro eyes first renewables auctions in 2025Photo: Dalibor Dobrić

Montenegro expects to hold the country’s first renewables auctions early in 2025, a little later than originally expected, energy ministry state secretary Biljana Ivanovic said over the weekend.

Mepx becomes Montenegro’s market operator

Date: 31.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Mepx becomes Montenegro’s market operatorPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Montenegrin spot power exchange Mepx has been appointed as the country’s nominated electricity market operator (Nemo), the government announced late on Thursday.

Montenegro’s Mepx meets criteria for Nemo designation

Date: 27.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro’s Mepx meets criteria for Nemo designationPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Montenegrin power exchange Mepx has met the requirements to be designated as the country’s nominated electricity market operator (Nemo), the energy ministry said on Monday.

Montenegro to boost subsidies for prosumers

Date: 20.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro to boost subsidies for prosumersPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

Montenegrin power utility EPCG and Eco Fund have signed an agreement to jointly subsidise a third of the EUR 70m cost of enrolling 70 MW of prosumers this year, EPCG announced over the weekend.

Thermal plants key for W. Balkan region security – minister

Date: 14.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Thermal plants key for W. Balkan region security – ministerPhoto: Montel

The Western Balkans region should not rush to shutter coal-fired power plants at the expense of the system’s security, Serbia’s energy minister Dubravka Djedovic- Handanovic said late on Monday.

Political stability key to Montenegro’s green shift – official

Date: 13.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković Maja Žuvela
Political stability key to Montenegro’s green shift – officialPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Montenegro will need to achieve political stability if it is to carry out reforms that will help it decarbonise the energy sector, the country’s energy minister Sasa Mujovic told the Belgrade Energy

Montenegrin seaport may hold referendum on LNG, gas project

Date: 10.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin seaport may hold referendum on LNG, gas projectPhoto: UMAS London

The Montenegrin coastal municipality of Bar may hold a referendum on the potential construction of an LNG import terminal and adjacent gas-fired power plant, its mayor has told the US companies behind

Montenegro expects 400 GWh power deficit in 2025 – utility

Date: 06.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro expects 400 GWh power deficit in 2025 – utilityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Montenegro will experience a power deficit of around 400 GWh next year when its sole coal-fired facility, the 225 MW Pljevlja power plant, goes offline, the CEO of the plant’s operator EPCG said on



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