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EnC Calls on North Macedonia to Draft a More Detailed Coal Phase-out Action Plan

Date: 25.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
EnC Calls on North Macedonia to Draft a More Detailed Coal Phase-out Action PlanPhoto: ELEM

Macedonia’s final national energy and climate plan (NECP) should include more elaborated coal phase out plans, in particular related to the decommissioning of the Bitola coal-fired power plant, as

RES, Efficiency and Electrification Could Erase 1,500 Bcm of Global Gas Demand by 2040

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
RES, Efficiency and Electrification Could Erase 1,500 Bcm of Global Gas Demand by 2040Photo: Roman Peklaj

Renewables and energy efficiency, alongside an expanded role for electricity in total final consumption of end uses, could offset more than 1,500 billion cubic metres (bcm) of global gas demand by

Bankwatch: As Romania Abandons New Coal Project, A Larger Gas Threat Looms

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Bankwatch: As Romania Abandons New Coal Project, A Larger Gas Threat LoomsPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

“No new coal units will be built in Romania,” confirmed Romania’s Minister of Economy, Energy and the Business Environment, Virgil Popescu, in an interview for Euronews. This was especially

Consultant sought for sustainable heating solutions study for Pljevlja, Montenegro

Date: 20.11.2020 Author: CEE Bankwatch Network
Consultant sought for sustainable heating solutions study for Pljevlja, MontenegroPhoto: EPCG

CEE Bankwatch Network is looking for a consultant to identify and analyse sustainable heating solutions for the town of Pljevlja in Montenegro. As heating is becoming an increasingly important element

Kosovo Generated 1,580.8 GWh of Electricity in Q3 2020

Date: 18.11.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Kosovo Generated 1,580.8 GWh of Electricity in Q3 2020Photo: KEK

Kosovo’s power generation amounted to 1,580.8 GWh in the third quarter of 2020, up compared to the 1,417.3 GWh produced in the same period in 2019. Of this amount, 1,537.6 GWh were produced in

Demise of Coal Power Generation to Start in Europe From 2023-25

Date: 17.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Demise of Coal Power Generation to Start in Europe From 2023-25Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

A demise of coal-fired power generation in Europe can expect to start as of 2023-25, said Diana Bacila, Senior Analyst at Alpiq, in the latest Montel Weekly podcast. Bacila predicts that both market

BiH’s Canton of Sarajevo Developing Strategy to Restrict Coal Use in Furnaces

Date: 13.11.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
BiH’s Canton of Sarajevo Developing Strategy to Restrict Coal Use in FurnacesPhoto: Albert Kolar

The Ministry of Physical Planning and Environmental Protection of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) Canton of Sarajevo has started drafting a strategy to restrict the use of coal and other solid fuels

Serbian Energy Minister: Serbia Will Reform its Energy and Mining Sector

Date: 12.11.2020 Author: Peter Palčec
Serbian Energy Minister: Serbia Will Reform its Energy and Mining SectorPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“We will reform the energy and mining sectors in order to encourage more investments,” said Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy, Zorana Mihajlović, following a

La Camera, IRENA: Oil and Coal Should Have Already Peaked

Date: 10.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
La Camera, IRENA: Oil and Coal Should Have Already PeakedPhoto: IRENA

It will cost more to operate up to 1,200 GW of existing coal-fired capacity by 2021 than it would cost to install new utility-scale solar PV, estimates the International Renewable Energy Agency

Ember: Seven EU Countries Threaten 2030 Climate Goal

Date: 10.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Ember: Seven EU Countries Threaten 2030 Climate GoalPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

Just seven EU member states will be responsible for 80% of the EU’s power sector emissions by 2030 and could cause the EU to miss its emissions targets, warned the climate think tank Ember on

Bulgaria’s Energy Minister: Coal Plants to Exit Capacity Mechanism in 2025

Date: 05.11.2020 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Bulgaria’s Energy Minister: Coal Plants to Exit Capacity Mechanism in 2025Photo: Alenka Lena Klopčič

Coal-fired power plants will be removed from the so-called capacity mechanism in 2025 and will have to buy emissions on the free market. Each plant will then have to assess how it will survive on the

BiH, Kosovo and Ukraine Increased Fossil Fuel Subsidies in 2018-2019

Date: 03.11.2020 Author: Valerija Hozjan
BiH, Kosovo and Ukraine Increased Fossil Fuel Subsidies in 2018-2019Photo: Roman Peklaj

The main findings of a new study on fossil fuel subsidies conducted by the Energy Community Secretariat indicate that fossil fuel subsidies, such as those in the European Union (EU), continue to pose



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