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Final decision on Montenegrin 155 MW hydro plant pending EIA

Date: 24.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Final decision on Montenegrin 155 MW hydro plant pending EIAPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

Montenegrin government said on Thursday the final decision on the construction of a 155 MW hydropower plant on the Komarnica river will be taken upon completion of an environmental impact assessment

Montenegrin Pljevlja coal plant to come online in next two days

Date: 22.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin Pljevlja coal plant to come online in next two daysPhoto: EPCG

Montenegro's power utility EPCG will reconnect its 225 MW Pljevlja coal-fired power plant to the grid in the next two days, the utility's spokesman Tomas Damjanovic told Montel on Wednesday.

W. Balkan coal plants continue to breach air pollution treaty

Date: 21.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
W. Balkan coal plants continue to breach air pollution treatyPhoto: Montel

In 2021 Western Balkan coal-fired power plants breached air pollution legislation under the Energy Community Treaty for the fourth year in a row, according to a new report by NGO CEE Bankwatch

Montenegrin utility urges consumers to ration energy

Date: 20.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin utility urges consumers to ration energyPhoto: EPCG

Montenegro’s power utility EPCG has no intention of raising power prices until the end of this year, its chief financial officer told the state television RTCG on Monday while urging consumers to

Montenegro to launch DAM in Q4, coupling with Serbia in Q1 2023

Date: 15.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro to launch DAM in Q4, coupling with Serbia in Q1 2023Photo: Roman Peklaj

The Montenegrin Power Exchange (Mepx) hopes to launch its day-ahead power market (DAM) in Q4 this year and couple it with Serbia at the beginning of 2023, its chief operating officer Dejan Draskovic

Montenegro must revise carbon pricing scheme – NGO

Date: 10.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegro must revise carbon pricing scheme – NGOPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Montenegro, considered a carbon pricing pioneer in the Western Balkans, needs to urgently update its CO2 emissions legislation to create a scheme more suited to its current needs, according to the

SEE coal power issues overshadow Energy Community market reforms

Date: 02.06.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
SEE coal power issues overshadow Energy Community market reformsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

A surge in power costs, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and concerns about supply security have overshadowed electricity sector reforms in most of the Energy Community’s contracting parties, its

Electronic GO registries to drive RES uptake in Energy Community

Date: 26.05.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Electronic GO registries to drive RES uptake in Energy CommunityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Energy Community encourages its contracting parties to make use of the current momentum and sign follow-up agreements on an electronic system for guarantees of origin (GOs) as soon as possible, it

Montenegrin mine inks coal sale deal with Serbia’s EPS

Date: 25.05.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin mine inks coal sale deal with Serbia’s EPSPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

The Pljevlja coal mine in northern Montenegro has signed a coal sale contract with Serbia’s power utility EPS, it said in a statement on Wednesday.

Montenegrin EPCG to install 30 MW of rooftop solar in 2022

Date: 20.05.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Montenegrin EPCG to install 30 MW of rooftop solar in 2022Photo: Montel

Montenegro’s power utility EPCG said on Thursday that it had signed two contracts that will help subsidise installation of rooftop solar panels with 30 MW of capacity for 3,000 households and 500

Wind power share in Montenegro’s electricity mix reaches 35.5%

Date: 19.05.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Wind power share in Montenegro’s electricity mix reaches 35.5%Photo: Montel

Montenegro’s wind power share on 18 May was the second highest in Europe, with more than a third of its electricity generated by its two wind farms, according to the WindEurope association’s data.

N. Macedonia to introduce internal CO2 pricing by 2024 – minister

Date: 19.05.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
N. Macedonia to introduce internal CO2 pricing by 2024 – ministerPhoto: Roman Peklaj

North Macedonia aims to implement an internal mechanism to price carbon emissions next year or in 2024 at the latest, its environment and physical planning minister Naser Nuredini said on Wednesday.



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