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Montenegro Government Adopts Draft Law on Climate Change Protection

Date: 21.10.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Montenegro Government Adopts Draft Law on Climate Change ProtectionPhoto: EPCG

The Montenegrin government has adopted a draft Law on Protection from the Negative Impact of Climate Change. “The key objective of this document is to protect against the adverse effects of climate

EIB Postpones Decision on Ban of Fossil Fuel Investments

Date: 17.10.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
EIB Postpones Decision on Ban of Fossil Fuel InvestmentsPhoto: www.pixabay.com

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has once again decided to postpone the adoption of a new Energy Lending Policy. This delay is mostly due to tensions around the EIB’s proposal to phase out lending

Serbian EPS Sees Its Priorities in Investments in Modernisation and Ecology

Date: 15.10.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbian EPS Sees Its Priorities in Investments in Modernisation and EcologyPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

The Serbian power utility, Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), invested about EUR 320 million in projects in its thermal power plants (TPPs) in the period from 2016 to 2018, most of which were carried out

NGOs Call on Albanian Government to Stop Construction of HPPs on Vjosa River

Date: 26.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
NGOs Call on Albanian Government to Stop Construction of HPPs on Vjosa RiverPhoto: Alenka Lena Klopčič

In an open letter to Albania’s Prime Minister, Edi Rama, nearly 150 national and international non-profit organisations (NGOs) have asked the Albanian government to stop the construction of

Allan Mayo: A Smart City Is One Which Anticipates Problems Rather Than Just Responding to Them

Date: 23.09.2019 Author: Valerija Hozjan
Allan Mayo: A Smart City Is One Which Anticipates Problems Rather Than Just Responding to ThemPhoto: Valerija Hozjan

“Cities are Darwinian. They need to be adaptable and resilient to change,” according to Allan Mayo, a civil servant at the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in the British

Montenegro Abandons Construction Plans For Unit 2 of Pljevlja TPP

Date: 20.09.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Montenegro Abandons Construction Plans For Unit 2 of Pljevlja TPPPhoto: EPCG

“The Montenegrin government and Montenegro’s power utility EPCG have given up on building a second unit at its coal-fired Pljevlja power plant (TPP) and will focus instead on the development of

Lučka Kajfež Bogataj: Climate Change Is an Energy Problem!

Date: 26.08.2019 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
Lučka Kajfež Bogataj: Climate Change Is an Energy Problem!Photo: personal archive

It is quite absurd that we import Indonesian coal for the Šoštanj thermal power plant (TPP) – and why don’t we simply buy out the Croatian half of the Krško nuclear power plant (NPP) instead of

No Technology Comes ‘Climate Shadowless’…

Date: 22.08.2019 Author: Alenka Lena Klopčič
No Technology Comes ‘Climate Shadowless’…Photo: www.pixabay.com

It is more than great to hear about symbolic steps, such as the recent award given to currently probably one of the most well-known children in the world Greta Thunberg, who – together with the

Serbia to Adopt Climate Change Law By End-2019

Date: 13.08.2019 Author: Tanja Srnovršnik
Serbia to Adopt Climate Change Law By End-2019Photo: InnoEnergy

Serbia will adopt a law on climate change by the end of this year, which should contribute to the establishment of a system to mitigate climate change and adapt to changed climatic conditions,

Climate Change Represents A Threat to Hydro Power Production

Date: 26.07.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Climate Change Represents A Threat to Hydro Power ProductionPhoto: www.cez.cz

“Current hydropower generation is under threat due to shifts in rainfall and temperature. Future hydropower development may have an impact on the adaptive response of rivers in the face of climate

Europe to Pay EUR 40bn Per Year After 2040 If Failing to Invest in Grids

Date: 24.07.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Europe to Pay EUR 40bn Per Year After 2040 If Failing to Invest in GridsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

“In 2018 renewable energy sources (RES) had a 35% share in the net electricity generation mix in Europe. By 2040 the share of RES in the energy mix will rise to 60%, if we take a conservative number

Montenegro: EPCG Board of Directors Accepts Resignation of Pljevlja TPP’s Director

Date: 19.07.2019 Author: Peter Palčec
Montenegro: EPCG Board of Directors Accepts Resignation of Pljevlja TPP’s DirectorPhoto: EPCG

The board of directors of the Montenegrin power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) has accepted the resignation of Vladimir Šestović, director of the Pljevlja thermal power plant (TPP), who


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