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W. Balkan energy transition should safeguard nature – NGO

Date: 23.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
W. Balkan energy transition should safeguard nature – NGOPhoto: Montel

The EU must accelerate plans to enhance nature protection rules for energy infrastructure development in the Western Balkans to avoid public resistance to renewables, 36 civil society organisations

Serbia keeps lower renewables target in final NECP

Date: 21.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia keeps lower renewables target in final NECPPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia has retained a lower 2030 renewables target in its final version of the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) due to the limited time to build sufficient balancing reserves, its energy

Serbia should prioritise larger nuclear over SMRs – expert

Date: 20.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia should prioritise larger nuclear over SMRs – expertPhoto: Pixabay

Serbia should opt for the construction of a higher capacity nuclear power plant instead of small modular reactors (SMRs), energy expert Milos Zdravkovic told Montel on Tuesday.

Serbia to complete 628 MW Bistrica hydro by 2031 - minister

Date: 15.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia to complete 628 MW Bistrica hydro by 2031 - ministerPhoto: Montel

Serbia plans to complete the 628 MW Bistrica reversible hydropower plant by 2031, the country's energy minister Dubravka Djedovic Handanovic said late on Wednesday.

Serbia plans to build its first H2 plant by 2030

Date: 09.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela, Dušan Telesković
Serbia plans to build its first H2 plant by 2030Photo: EBRD

Serbia plans to build its first demonstration plant for the production, storage and use of hydrogen by 2030, Zorana Bozic, chief of staff at the Serbian economy ministry, announced on Friday.

W. Balkan market coupling key for green transition – Seepex

Date: 09.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
W. Balkan market coupling key for green transition – SeepexPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Western Balkan market coupling with the rest of Europe will help establish a single reference price for the region and facilitate the integration of renewables, the COO of Serbian power exchange

Acciona eyes some 120 MW of new solar in BiH and Serbia

Date: 09.02.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
Acciona eyes some 120 MW of new solar in BiH and SerbiaPhoto: Merkur

Spanish renewables company Acciona is looking into expanding its renewables portfolio to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Serbia, Aljosa Pleic, the CEO of its Croatian subsidiary Acciona Energija,

Serbia to start building 1 GW of solar this year – minister

Date: 06.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia to start building 1 GW of solar this year – ministerPhoto: Montel

The construction of 1 GW of self-balancing solar power plants, along with a battery energy storage system (BESS), is set to begin in Serbia this year, the country’s finance minister Sinisa Mali

Serbia plans new regulation to spur prosumer uptake

Date: 06.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia plans new regulation to spur prosumer uptakePhoto: Dovolj za vse

Serbia’s prosumer capacity rose by 36 MW to 42 MW in 2023, and upcoming regulatory changes aim to facilitate additional installations of rooftop solar panels, the country’s energy ministry told

Serbian firms eye 2026 finish of 660 MW agrivoltaic project

Date: 05.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbian firms eye 2026 finish of 660 MW agrivoltaic projectPhoto: arhiv HESS

Serbian renewable developers MK Group and Fintel Energija plan to build a 660 MW agrivoltaic power plant in the northern town of Kula by the end of 2026, MK Group told Montel on Monday.

Serbia plans to add 175.4 MW of wind and solar in 2024

Date: 05.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia plans to add 175.4 MW of wind and solar in 2024Photo: Dalibor Dobrić

Serbia expects to add 175.4 MW of wind and solar capacity in 2024, according to the latest government document published over the weekend.

Serbia’s power trade ban costly – Kosovo minister

Date: 02.02.2024 Author: Montel
Serbia’s power trade ban costly – Kosovo ministerPhoto: Montel

Serbia should allow the flow of cross-border power through Kosovo, otherwise tens of millions of euros will continue to be lost every year, Kosovo’s economy minister said on Thursday.



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