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Montenegro to launch day-ahead market on 26 April

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro to launch day-ahead market on 26 AprilPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Montenegrin spot power exchange Mepx will go live on 26 April, its chief operating officer Dejan Draskovic told Montel in a telephone interview on Wednesday.

Montenegro takes steps to implement IAP gas pipeline

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro takes steps to implement IAP gas pipelinePhoto: TAP AG

The Montenegrin government tasked its natural gas TSO Montenegro Bonus to being developing the national section of the Ionian-Adriatic gas pipeline (IAP), it said in a statement last week.

Montenegrin Sunrise Europe plans 220 MW of solar in Savnik region

Date: 24.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin Sunrise Europe plans 220 MW of solar in Savnik regionPhoto: Montel

The Montenegrin company Sunrise Europe plans to build a 220 MW solar farm in the north-western municipality of Savnik, its CEO Radoica Vukovic told Montel on Tuesday.

CWP plans 400 MW solar power plant in Montenegro

Date: 16.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
CWP plans 400 MW solar power plant in MontenegroPhoto: Montel

Renewable energy developer CWP Europe plans to build the 400 MW Montechevo solar power plant, which will be the largest in Montenegro, its communication manager Anja Kisic told Montel on Monday.

BSD Mont considering 230 MW of renewables in Montenegro – CEO

Date: 13.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
BSD Mont considering 230 MW of renewables in Montenegro – CEOPhoto: Montel

Renewables developer BSD Mont is planning to build the first 150 MW agrivoltaic project in Montenegro and a 50-80 MW wind farm in the south-eastern Rozaje municipality, its CEO Gabriella Nagy told

Montenegro lowers VAT on solar panels from 21% to 7%

Date: 04.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro lowers VAT on solar panels from 21% to 7%Photo: Montel

The Montenegrin parliament last week lowered the VAT rate on solar panels from 21% to 7% to stimulate the deployment of solar energy installations and spur the country’s green energy transition.

Montenegro to operate Pljevlja coal plant as long as possible

Date: 23.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro to operate Pljevlja coal plant as long as possiblePhoto: EPCG

Montenegro's power utility EPCG will not exit coal before 2038 but it will abandon plans to expand its 225 MW Pljevlja coal power plant, an official in EPCG's development and engineering department

Montenegrin EPCG to refurbish 307 MW hydro plant by end 2027

Date: 12.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin EPCG to refurbish 307 MW hydro plant by end 2027Photo: KESH

The Montenegrin power utility EPCG will begin the second phase of modernising its oldest and largest 307 MW Perucica hydropower plant next year to extend its lifespan and boost output, it said on

Montenegro delays day-ahead market launch to April 2023

Date: 07.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro delays day-ahead market launch to April 2023Photo: Roman Peklaj

The Montenegrin power exchange Mepx has decided to delay the launch of its day-ahead power market until April next year due to the energy crisis, its chief operating officer Dejan Draskovic told

EU pledges EUR 30m of aid to help Montenegro combat energy crisis

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
EU pledges EUR 30m of aid to help Montenegro combat energy crisisPhoto: Montel

In January the European Commission will provide EUR 30m in grants to help Montenegro mitigate the impact of energy crisis, the country’s capital investments ministry announced on its website on

Montenegro utility offers prosumers 70 MW of new rooftop solar

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro utility offers prosumers 70 MW of new rooftop solarPhoto: Montel

Montenegro's power utility EPCG has decided to issue a new public call in mid-December seeking expressions of interest for the installation of 70 MW of rooftop solar capacity, it said in a statement

Montenegro eyes 13% power output increase in 2023

Date: 25.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro eyes 13% power output increase in 2023Photo: EPCG

Montenegro's government on Thursday adopted its 2023 energy balance plan which foresees a 13% year-on-year increase in power generation, equivalent to 3.6 TWh of electricity output.



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