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EBRD to provide EUR 42m towards green heating in Serbia

Date: 10.07.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
EBRD to provide EUR 42m towards green heating in SerbiaPhoto: Dalibor Dobrić

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is providing EUR 42m to help 10 Serbian cities switch their heating systems from fossil fuels to renewables, the country’s government said

Croatian gas supplier sues energy regulator

Date: 25.06.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatian gas supplier sues energy regulatorPhoto: Andreja Krašna

Zagreb City Gas Supply Company (GPZO) said on Tuesday that it is suing energy regulator Hera, calling a recent tender in which it lost the public gas supply contract for the Croatian capital

EU grants Serbia EUR 10m for biomass heating transition

Date: 14.05.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
EU grants Serbia EUR 10m for biomass heating transitionPhoto: SE (J. Ondzik)

The EU has given Serbia a grant of EUR 10m to help five cities switch their heating systems from fossil fuels to biomass, the country’s energy ministry said on Tuesday.

EU help key to Balkan district heating decarbonisation – NGO

Date: 09.05.2024 Author: Maja Žuvela
EU help key to Balkan district heating decarbonisation – NGOPhoto: Tanja Srnovršnik

The European Union (EU) must support the decarbonisation of fossil fuels-based district heating in the Western Balkans with more accessible and favourable financing and expertise sharing plans, the

New Slovenian energy law restricts gas use for heating

Date: 26.04.2024 Author: Peter Palčec, Valerija Hozjan
New Slovenian energy law restricts gas use for heatingPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Slovenia’s new energy law, which was enacted this week, restricts the use of gas for heating after 1 January 2025 and limits the conferral of gas concessions.

Russia destroys 1.8 GW Ukrainian plant, targets others

Date: 11.04.2024 Author: Marcin Czekanski and Laurence Walker, Montel
Russia destroys 1.8 GW Ukrainian plant, targets othersPhoto: Montel

Russia has “completely destroyed” Ukraine’s 1.8 GW Trypillia combined heat and power plant, said domestic utility Centrenergo, during widespread attacks on energy infrastructure early on

Croatia to extend lower VAT on gas, heating to April 2025

Date: 19.02.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Croatia to extend lower VAT on gas, heating to April 2025Photo: Andreja Krašna

Croatia plans to extend the 5% reduced value added tax (VAT) rate on the supply of natural gas and heating until April 2025, the finance ministry said late on Friday.

New N. Macedonia plant to reduce Russian gas dependency

Date: 08.02.2024 Author: Dušan Telesković
New N. Macedonia plant to reduce Russian gas dependencyPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s parliament gave an initial approval to the strategic partnership with Greek investor Mytilineos late on Wednesday to build a cogeneration plant in an effort to reduce the

Geothermal project in eastern Croatia for sale

Date: 19.01.2024 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
Geothermal project in eastern Croatia for salePhoto: oie.hr

Vukovar-Srijem county and the municipality of Babina Greda in eastern Croatia are seeking a strategic partner to help them develop a geothermal power production project with potential capacity of up

EIB to help five Balkan countries phase out coal

Date: 27.12.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
EIB to help five Balkan countries phase out coalPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The European Investment Bank (EIB) plans to provide financial and technical support to five coal reliant Western Balkan countries in transitioning to a low-carbon economy, its head of regional

Serbia's district heating may offer 1 GW for balancing – Eps

Date: 14.12.2023 Author: Dušan Telesković
Serbia's district heating may offer 1 GW for balancing – EpsPhoto: Roman Peklaj

Serbia’s district heating systems could offer 1 GW of backup reserve for balancing renewable energy sources, said Aleksandar Latinovic, head of the system services department at state-owned power

EU agrees deal to cut energy demand in buildings

Date: 08.12.2023 Author: Siobhan Hall, Montel
EU agrees deal to cut energy demand in buildingsPhoto: www.mzi.gov.si

EU negotiators have provisionally agreed to cut average primary energy use in residential buildings by 16% by 2030 and 20-22% by 2035, as part of efforts to boost the bloc’s energy independence.



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