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Sege eyes construction of 150 MW solar farm in western Kosovo

Date: 03.02.2023 Author: Montel
Sege eyes construction of 150 MW solar farm in western KosovoPhoto: Montel

The Kosovo-based company Solar Energy Group Europe (Sege), a subsidiary of the Rockland Group, has applied for a construction licence for a 150 MW solar farm in western Kosovo which will cost almost

Long-awaited Croatian renewables regulation expected soon

Date: 03.02.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobric
Long-awaited Croatian renewables regulation expected soonPhoto: Montel

An energy approval ordinance for renewables projects will enter its public debate phase during February, economy ministry officials told investors at a meeting in the Croatian Chamber of Commerce

EC approves renewables fee reduction for Croatian industry

Date: 02.02.2023 Author: Dalibor Dobrić
EC approves renewables fee reduction for Croatian industryPhoto: Montel

The European Commission (EC) has approved Croatia’s EUR 104m plan to reduce the electricity consumption fee for renewable energy sources imposed on energy-intensive companies.

FBiH cuts renewables subsidies by 70% in 2023

Date: 02.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
FBiH cuts renewables subsidies by 70% in 2023Photo: Montel

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Federation entity (FBiH) will reduce incentives for renewable energy producers in 2023 by over 70% to EUR 3.74m, the energy ministry told Montel on Thursday.

BiH’s Etmax wins concession for largest solar park in W. Balkans

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
BiH’s Etmax wins concession for largest solar park in W. BalkansPhoto: Montel

Renewable energy developer Etmax has won a 50-year concession to build a 500 MW solar park in the south-eastern municipality of Nevesinje, the company confirmed to Montel on Wednesday.

EPBiH issues new call for purchase, lease of land for solar farms

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
EPBiH issues new call for purchase, lease of land for solar farmsPhoto: Montel

Bosnia and Herzegovina's (BiH) largest power utility EPBiH issued a public call on 30 January for municipalities, legal entities and individuals willing to sell or lease land for the construction of

Elicio Wind plans to add up to 60 MW of wind capacity in Serbia

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Maja Žuvela
Elicio Wind plans to add up to 60 MW of wind capacity in SerbiaPhoto: Interenergo

Belgian renewables developer Elicio Wind plans to expand its portfolio in Serbia by adding up to 60 MW of wind capacity, according to a detailed regulatory plan released by the northern town of

Macedonian power utility has 1.7 GW of projects in pipeline – CEO

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Montel
Macedonian power utility has 1.7 GW of projects in pipeline – CEOPhoto: Montel

North Macedonia’s power utility ESM will add more than 1.7 GW of new capacity to the country’s energy portfolio over the next two decades, its CEO Vasko Kovacevski told a conference in Skopje on

50% dive in wind turbine orders risks climate goals – lobby

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
50% dive in wind turbine orders risks climate goals – lobbyPhoto: Montel

A 47% year-on-year dive in wind turbine orders in Europe last year should “ring an alarm bell” as it threatens the region’s climate goals, said lobby group WindEurope.

Croatia can expect 1.6 GW of wind, solar in five years – expert

Date: 01.02.2023 Author: Montel
Croatia can expect 1.6 GW of wind, solar in five years – expertPhoto: Montel

Croatia can expect around 1.6 GW of new wind and solar capacity over the next five years, according to an expert on renewable energy and environmental protection at the Hrvoje Pozar energy institute

EU plans to fight US on green subsidies – report

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Ciara Cunnane, Montel
EU plans to fight US on green subsidies – reportPhoto: Roman Peklaj

The EU plans to hit back at the US’s USD 369bn Inflation Reduction Act by easing restrictions to spur renewables investment, according to a draft plan seen by the Financial Times.

EU power generation from fossil fuels to dive 20% – study

Date: 31.01.2023 Author: Enza Tedesco, Montel
EU power generation from fossil fuels to dive 20% – studyPhoto: Fatos Bytyci

Power generation from fossil fuels is set to slide 20% year on year in Europe this year as the region’s transition to renewables continues apace, said think-tank Ember in a new report published on



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