November 24, 2020
Rumunija je donela odluku da više neće graditi termoelektrane na ugalj, dok Srbija i Bosna i Hercegovina planiraju izgradnju nekoliko novih postrojenja i ostaju jedine zemlje jugoistočne Evrope koja nastavlju sa korišćenjem uglja.
September 14, 2020
A real and immediate threat to the EU’s decarbonisation efforts
June 26, 2020
An environmental impact assessment process is currently ongoing to expand the open-cast lignite mine at Gacko in Bosnia-Herzegovina. But the mine expansion started long ago.
June 23, 2020
In 2016 alone, roughly 3900 people in the region and in neighbouring countries are estimated to have died as a result of chronic pollution from all existing coal plants. This report is an update of an analysis released by Bankwatch late last year, now including 2019 data.
June 9, 2020
New coal-fired power plants were on the table just two years ago in all Western Balkans countries with the exception of Albania. Now, however, only Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Serbia “are clinging to coal, perpetuating air pollution and fuelling t
June 4, 2020
Two-speed energy transition in the Western Balkans
April 20, 2020
Local politicians and Chinese companies are slowing the transition to renewable energy underway in the rest of Europe
April 15, 2020
Every year, thousands of people die prematurely in Serbia due to the quality of the air they breathe. Yet the country is still in breach of obligations to control harmful emissions from its coal-fired power plants.
March 25, 2020
Gute Nachrichten für das Kosovo: Der Neubau eines neuen Blocks im Braunkohlekraftwerk Kosova e Re ist erst mal vom Tisch.
March 20, 2020
Kosovo, one of the most heavily polluted countries in Europe, looks set to begin pivoting away from its reliance on coal-fired power stations. Earlier this week, UK-based power generation company Contour Global cancelled the construction of a 500 MW coal-fired power plant near the capital, Pristina.