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BiH’s Mostar to get own 60 MW solar power plant – mayor

Date: 30.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH’s Mostar to get own 60 MW solar power plant – mayorPhoto: Montel

Mostar in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) will become the country’s first city to build a 60 MW solar power plant in a bid to reduce power costs, its mayor Ivan Kordic said on Monday.

War in Ukraine may delay Balkan transition for decades – experts

Date: 20.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
War in Ukraine may delay Balkan transition for decades – expertsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Balkan green transition may take decades due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which is driving price volatility, supply shortages and economic uncertainty on global energy markets, an

FBiH canton mulls establishing renewables production company

Date: 10.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
FBiH canton mulls establishing renewables production companyPhoto: Interenergo

The Sarajevo Canton in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Federation (FBiH) entity will explore the possibility of establishing a public company for electricity production from renewable energy sources, FBiH

Serbian TSO considers renewables deployment for self-consumption

Date: 04.01.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian TSO considers renewables deployment for self-consumptionPhoto: Montel

The Serbian TSO Ems is exploring the possibility of installing renewable energy capacity to cover its own consumption needs and reduce costs, a tender posted on the Jnportal public procurement portal

BiH's EPHZHB ups output in December, eyes new green projects

Date: 19.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH's EPHZHB ups output in December, eyes new green projectsPhoto: Interenergo

Bosnia and Herzegovina's (BiH) smallest power utility, EPHZHB, which relies on hydropower to produce electricity, has had the most challenging year in its history as protracted drought lowered output

Republika Srpska industry power rates to rise 22.6% – minister

Date: 16.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Republika Srpska industry power rates to rise 22.6% – ministerPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

Power prices for industrial consumers in Republika Srpska will increase by 22.6% to EUR 65/MWh as of 2023, the energy minister of this Bosnia and Herzegovina entity said late on Thursday.

Republika Srpska’s regulator approves block power tariffs

Date: 16.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Republika Srpska’s regulator approves block power tariffsPhoto: Montel

The energy regulator of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Republika Srpska entity Rers on Thursday granted approval for power utility Ers to introduce three block power tariffs to stimulate lower consumption

Energy Community adopts 2030 energy, climate targets

Date: 15.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Energy Community adopts 2030 energy, climate targetsPhoto: Montel

The Energy Community Ministerial Council has adopted ambitious 2030 climate and renewable energy targets which were announced by its secretariat director Arthur Lorkowski at a press conference in

Serbian prosumers eye more legal changes to fully tap solar

Date: 15.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian prosumers eye more legal changes to fully tap solarPhoto: Montel

Despite a VAT exemption on their electricity bills as of 2023, Serbian prosumers expect their government to align other tax policies with those of the EU and neighbouring countries to attract a

N. Macedonia to increase VAT on electricity consumption to 10%

Date: 13.12.2022 Author: Montel
N. Macedonia to increase VAT on electricity consumption to 10%Photo: Montel

The Macedonian government will double the VAT on electricity consumption from 5% to 10%, the energy ministry told Montel on Tuesday, although its statement did not say when the new rate would be

FBiH government forwards new energy legislation to parliament

Date: 09.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
FBiH government forwards new energy legislation to parliamentPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Federation entity (FBiH) government has endorsed and sent to parliament for approval three new laws which will help align its energy sector to EU directives, it said in a

Serbian 2023 draft budget allocates billions for green transition

Date: 09.12.2022 Author: Maja Žuvela
Serbian 2023 draft budget allocates billions for green transitionPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The Serbian government’s budget proposal for 2023 envisages the allocation of several billion euros in state guarantees and project loans to help kickstart the country’s long-awaited energy



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