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Serbia’s goal of 40% renewables by 2040 very difficult to achieve – Danas

Date: 28.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia’s goal of 40% renewables by 2040 very difficult to achieve – DanasPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Serbia’s intention to produce 40% of its energy from renewables by 2040 will be very difficult to achieve given the current situation, reports the Serbian news portal Danas.

Fate of BiH’s new coal projects uncertain after Chinese announcement

Date: 23.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Fate of BiH’s new coal projects uncertain after Chinese announcementPhoto: www.elektroprivreda.ba

The fate of new coal-fired power plant projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is very unclear after Chinese president Xi Jinping announced on Tuesday that China would no longer build new coal-fired

Serbia interested in getting Azerbaijani gas

Date: 21.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia interested in getting Azerbaijani gasPhoto: Gazprom

Serbia is interested in receiving gas from Azerbaijan after the Nis-Dimitrovgrad interconnection is built, said Serbian energy minister Zorana Mihajlovic after a meeting with Azerbaijani ambassador to

PowerChina interested in new renewables projects in Serbia

Date: 21.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
PowerChina interested in new renewables projects in SerbiaPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

The Chinese company PowerChina is interested in the construction of new hydropower, solar and wind plants in Serbia, said the company’s representative Ji Xiaoyong after a meeting with Serbian energy

Serbia issues green Eurobonds for the first time

Date: 17.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia issues green Eurobonds for the first timePhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbian finance minister Sinisa Mali has confirmed that Serbia has issued green Eurobonds for the first time on Thursday.

Network issues slow down renewables deployment in Balkan region

Date: 16.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Network issues slow down renewables deployment in Balkan regionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Implementation of network infrastructure projects is much slower than renewables deployment in the Balkans, causing problems with the installation of new renewable capacity, said Milos Golubovic from

Belgian Elicio NV plans to add 200 MW of wind capacity in Serbia

Date: 16.09.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Belgian Elicio NV plans to add 200 MW of wind capacity in SerbiaPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Belgian wind project developer Elicio NV intends to add up to 200 MW of wind capacity in Serbia, said the company's business development director Emmanuel Van Vyve on Wednesday.

European power prices should stabilise at EUR 75-80/MWh by 2030 – Seepex

Date: 16.09.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
European power prices should stabilise at EUR 75-80/MWh by 2030 – SeepexPhoto: ACER

Investments in renewables should stabilise European power prices at around EUR 75-80/MWh by 2030, said Milos Mladenovic, general manager of the Serbian Seepex power exchange, during the RES Serbia

Serbia needs reversible hydro plants to balance more renewables – EPS

Date: 15.09.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbia needs reversible hydro plants to balance more renewables – EPSPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Serbia needs to build reversible hydro power plants to be able to integrate large quantities of wind and solar capacity, said Aleksandar Jakovljevic, strategy director at the country's utility EPS, on

Wind capacity tenders to be announced in Serbia soon

Date: 15.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Wind capacity tenders to be announced in Serbia soonPhoto: Roman Peklaj

With the introduction of renewable auctions in Serbia, we can look forward to the launch of the first international-standard competitive tenders for wind capacity soon, said the EBRD’s Grzegorz

SEE to witness EUR 140/MWh spot prices until October – EQ

Date: 14.09.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
SEE to witness EUR 140/MWh spot prices until October – EQPhoto: ACER

South-east European (SEE) day-ahead power prices neared EUR 170/MWh on Tuesday amid surging fuel prices, while Montel’s Energy Quantified (EQ) estimates regional spot prices will average around EUR

Serbia’s first two biomass plants to be operational as of October

Date: 13.09.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbia’s first two biomass plants to be operational as of OctoberPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Serbia’s first two biomass plants with a combined capacity of 9.8 MW will become operational in the towns of Priboj and Mali Zvornik on 1 October, reports the news portal Balkan Green Energy news.



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