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Hydro Projects Priority Investments For Serbian EPS in 2021

Date: 01.03.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Hydro Projects Priority Investments For Serbian EPS in 2021Photo: Aleksandra Murks Bašič

Investments in new hydropower projects will be the main focus for the Serbian state-owned power utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) in order to increase the share of renewable energy sources (RES) in

First Court Hearing Begins Into Revoking Permit for Croatian Plomin 1 TPP

Date: 26.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
First Court Hearing Begins Into Revoking Permit for Croatian Plomin 1 TPPPhoto: Ana Vučina Vršnak

The Croatian Administrative Court in Rijeka held a first hearing on Thursday in the lawsuit of two environmental groups against the issuing of an environmental permit for the 115 MW Plomin 1

Slovenia’s HSE Group Plans to Add 130 MW of New Wind and Solar Capacity

Date: 26.02.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Slovenia’s HSE Group Plans to Add 130 MW of New Wind and Solar CapacityPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Slovenian energy group Holding Slovenske elektrarne (HSE) is exploring the options to install 80 MW of new wind capacity and 50 MW of solar PV capacity, in addition to the 3 MW Prapretno solar

EC Sends Clear Message to Romania: There is No Future For Coal in Europe

Date: 26.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
EC Sends Clear Message to Romania: There is No Future For Coal in EuropePhoto: Pixabay

“There is no future for coal in Europe, and Romania should follow Germany’s example in phasing out the use of coal in thermal power plants,” said the European Commission's Executive

Mihajlović: Serbia to Hold First RES Auctions in Q2; Coal Phase-out Still Long Way Ahead

Date: 24.02.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Mihajlović: Serbia to Hold First RES Auctions in Q2; Coal Phase-out Still Long Way AheadPhoto: personal archive

Serbia is expected to hold its first renewables auctions in May or June, the country’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy, Zorana Mihajlović, told Energetika.NET in an

Greece’s Western Macedonia Region May Halt All RES Projects

Date: 19.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Greece’s Western Macedonia Region May Halt All RES ProjectsPhoto: S. Miles/FreeDigitalPhotos.net

The Regional Council of Western Macedonia may propose the suspension of all licensing of renewable energy projects and their implementation until spatial and sustainable development planning rules are

Germany to Provide Grants Worth EUR 80.5m for Energy Projects in North Macedonia

Date: 17.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Germany to Provide Grants Worth EUR 80.5m for Energy Projects in North MacedoniaPhoto: © European Communities, 2009

Germany will provide credit packages worth EUR 80.5 million through the KfW Development Bank under favourable conditions to the government of North Macedonia for energy projects, including to hasten

Republika Srpska’s Government Extends Concession for Ugljevik 3 TPP to 44 years

Date: 15.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Republika Srpska’s Government Extends Concession for Ugljevik 3 TPP to 44 yearsPhoto: www.riteugljevik.com

The government of Republika Srpska has extended the deadline for the construction and use of the Ugljevik 3 thermal power plant (TPP) to 44 years, reports Capital.ba.

Zaev: RES and Replacing Coal with Gas is a Priority for North Macedonia

Date: 12.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Zaev: RES and Replacing Coal with Gas is a Priority for North MacedoniaPhoto: ELEM

"Using renewable energy sources (RES) and replacing coal with gas is one of our most important strategic interests. In order to achieve this, we have developed a serious strategic energy plan," said

NGO Appeals to Montenegrin Government to Revise Reconstruction of Pljevlja TPP

Date: 12.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
NGO Appeals to Montenegrin Government to Revise Reconstruction of Pljevlja TPPPhoto: EPCG

The environmental organisation Eco-team has sent an appeal to the Montenegrin government to revise the decision on ecological reconstruction of the Pljevlja thermal power plant (TPP). “The Pljevlja

Secretariat: Pljevlja TPP Can Only Remain Operational If It Meets Stricter Rules

Date: 11.02.2021 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Secretariat: Pljevlja TPP Can Only Remain Operational If It Meets Stricter RulesPhoto: EPCG

The Montenegrin Pljevlja thermal power plant (TPP) has recently reached the end of its opt-out timeframe under the Large Combustion Plants Directive. Even though the Montenegrin government expects

Bulgarian Energy Storage Projects to Amount to EUR 620m

Date: 11.02.2021 Author: Peter Palčec
Bulgarian Energy Storage Projects to Amount to EUR 620mPhoto: Pixabay

“Bulgaria plans to implement electricity storage projects in order to ensure balance and flexibility of the national system, strengthen its position as an electricity exporter and ensure



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