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Serbia may spend EUR 100m on power imports in Dec, Jan – minister

Date: 02.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia may spend EUR 100m on power imports in Dec, Jan – ministerPhoto: Montel

Serbia will set aside more than EUR 100m for electricity imports in December and January, energy minister Dubravka Djedovic said after meeting Energy Community Secretariat director Artur Lorkowski in

New map to help Serbia find 1 GW of green solar sites

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
New map to help Serbia find 1 GW of green solar sitesPhoto: Montel

The environmental protection NGO Nature Conservancy presented a project on Thursday designed to help the Serbian government, local communities and investors deploy some 1 GW of solar power projects

New hydro plants key to increasing Serbian renewables share

Date: 01.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
New hydro plants key to increasing Serbian renewables sharePhoto: Montel

Serbia would need the Bistrica and Djerdap 3 hydropower plants to provide a stable balancing reserve if 5 GW of intermittent renewable energy sources are to be integrated by 2030, energy consultants

Serbia to use Norwegian expertise for energy sector overhaul

Date: 30.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia to use Norwegian expertise for energy sector overhaulPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia will rely on Norwegian expertise and experience to overhaul its coal-reliant energy sector and attract badly needed foreign investment to help it decarbonise by 2050, its new energy minister

Serbia hikes power, gas rates by 8% and 11% respectively

Date: 29.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia hikes power, gas rates by 8% and 11% respectivelyPhoto: Montel

Serbia's energy regulator Aers has approved an 8% electricity and 11% gas rate increase for guaranteed supply which will take effect in January, it said on Monday in a statement posted on its website.

New VAT law to halve Serbian prosumer bills in 2023 – ministry

Date: 25.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
New VAT law to halve Serbian prosumer bills in 2023 – ministryPhoto: Montel

Serbian prosumers will be exempted from paying value added tax (VAT) through their electricity bills next year, according to amendments to VAT legislation being proposed by the country’s finance

Some 16.2 GW of renewables on Serbian grid unlikely – association

Date: 24.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Some 16.2 GW of renewables on Serbian grid unlikely – associationPhoto: Interenergo

Although connections for around 16.2 GW of new renewables capacity to Serbia’s grid are being sought, it is unlikely that many of these projects will be implemented, according to the Serbian

Serbia will not adopt NECP until 2023 – assistant minister

Date: 22.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia will not adopt NECP until 2023 – assistant ministerPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia will not adopt its integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) until next year as one part requires further elaboration, assistant energy and mining minister for green energy Natalija

Serbia to increase gas, power rates in 2023 – minister

Date: 21.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia to increase gas, power rates in 2023 – ministerPhoto: Montel

Serbian natural gas rates will increase by 11% and power rates up to 10% at the beginning of 2023, the country’s new energy minister Dubravka Djedovic told the daily newspaper Vecernje Novosti on

Serbia has many options to finance energy sector overhaul

Date: 21.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbia has many options to finance energy sector overhaulPhoto: Energetika.NET archive

Serbia's finance minister Sinisa Mali said on Thursday that stable public finances in that Western Balkan country would make it easier to finance badly-needed energy sector overhaul.

W. Balkan leaders vow to jointly accelerate energy transition

Date: 18.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
W. Balkan leaders vow to jointly accelerate energy transitionPhoto: Maja Žuvela

On Thursday Western Balkan nations, faced with energy shortages and rising import costs, called for more synergy in tackling the energy crisis and speeding up deployment of renewable energy sources.

First 189 MW gas steam power plant in Serbia starts operating

Date: 15.11.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
First 189 MW gas steam power plant in Serbia starts operatingPhoto: Nis

The 189 MW Pancevo gas-fired cogeneration power plant near the capital Belgrade began to operate on Monday, the Serbian oil group Nis said in a press statement published on its website.



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