August 15, 2023
As the Western Balkans countries grapple with the difficulties of the green transition, China presents both challenges and opportunities in …
Мета факт: ТЕЦ „Неготино“ не проработе на природен гас, од Владата прстот го вперуваат во енергетската криза
August 15, 2023
Владиното ветување од Програмата за работа за периодот 2022-2024 година за трансформација и прилагодување на ТЕЦ „Неготино“ на работа на …
July 16, 2023
To access the European Union, the Western Balkans must align their legislation with that of the Community, including the reduction of …
Kovačević: Crna Gora nije dobila finansijsku podršku za investicione planove od EK jer su zastarjeli
July 10, 2023
Prioritet treba dati projektima koji podstiču energetsku efikasnost (Foto: AKIRA_PHOTO/shutterstock.com) Projekti koje je Vlada Crne Gore …
July 2, 2023
Coal-fired thermal power plants in the Western Balkans polluted the air more last year than in 2021. Almost six times more than the …
December 21, 2022
The study examines the current heating situation in the Bitola region (covering the municipalities of Bitola, Mogila and Novaci), followed by an analysis of the techno-economic potential for using decentralised heating solutions that are also in line with the country’s environmental protection commitments.
The EBRD must stay away from the unsustainable conversion of Tuzla’s coal plant and prioritise renewables in the district heating sector
November 9, 2022
This briefing offers an overview of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) ongoing assessment of whether to grant a EUR 50 million loan in order to replace unit 3 of the Tuzla coal plant with a waste and biomass incineration syst
September 8, 2022
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s energy utility Elektroprivreda BiH are signing today an agreement formalizing the Bank’s commitment to consider financial support for a particularly questionable energy project in Tuzla. But the public is barely aware of what this risky investment could bring to local communities.
July 6, 2022
The future of the planned 450 MW Tuzla 7 lignite plant in Bosnia and Herzegovina is again in doubt after the country’s State Aid Council revoked its decision to approve a public guarantee for a EUR 614 million loan from China Eximbank last week, four years after the Council’s initial clearance.
June 17, 2022
Romania finally has its first concrete proposal to phase out coal by 2030. However, to ensure a successful transition, the end of coal needs to be linked with plans to increase renewable energy and a commitment to stay away from gas.