September 27, 2018
SARAJEVO, Sept 27 (Reuters) – The EU energy watchdog urged a Bosnian regional parliament on Thursday not to approve a government guarantee for a China Exim Bank loan that is designed to help power utility EPBiH add a new unit at its Tuzla coal-fired po
SKANDALOZNO KORIŠTENJE JAVNIH SREDSTAVA: Mora se ispitati državna garancija za gradnju Bloka 7 TE Tuzla
September 26, 2018
Planovi po kojima bi se javna sredstva koristila kao garancija za kineski kredit koji bi se uložio u planirani Blok 7 Termoelektrane Tuzla bi mogli biti u sukobu sa zakonom i trebali bi biti istraženi od strane Sekretarijata Energetske zajednice, navod
September 26, 2018
Plans to use public money to guarantee a Chinese loan for the planned 450 MW Tuzla 7 coal-fired power plant could be illegal and need to be investigated by the Energy Community Secretariat, according to a formal complaint submitted to the regional body
September 25, 2018
Sarajevo, Prague – Plans to use public money to guarantee a Chinese loan for the planned Tuzla 7 coal power plant could be illegal and need to be investigated by the Energy Community Secretariat, according to a formal complaint submitted to the regional body today by the Aarhus Resource Centre, Sarajevo, and CEE Bankwatch Network.
[Campaign update] EU urged to act on Western Balkans smog after alarming pollution levels were found
June 26, 2017
Results of more than half a year of independent air pollution monitoring in the Balkans have been launched today. During a conference at the European Parliament today, MEPs, European Commission and Energy Community representatives, NGOs and citizens groups called for urgent action on air pollution in the Western Balkans.
June 15, 2017
Almost none of the new coal power plants planned in the Western Balkans will meet the new, stricter EU pollution standards, according to a new analysis by the CEE Bankwatch Network, released this week. Source: CEE Bankwatch Network: Balkan Planned Coal
June 14, 2017
Almost none of the new coal power plants planned in the Western Balkans will meet new, stricter EU pollution standards, according to a new analysis by CEE Bankwatch Network, released today.
April 28, 2017
The European Union has today approved an updated set of binding standards for power plants, which include new, stricter pollution limits. In the Western Balkans, planned new coal capacities are most likely to be affected by the updated regulations.
April 12, 2017
Eurelectric members have pledged to build no new coal power stations from 2020. So why do firms in Serbia and Bosnia still think they can make coal pay?
Western Balkans are massively expanding coal power – but the new plants may have to be closed again soon
March 29, 2017
Plans for new lignite power plants in Western Balkan countries do not take into account the effect of CO2 prices, according to a new Bankwatch study. As a result, the plants risk becoming uncompetitive in the future, with taxpayers footing the bill.