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Chinese company Shanghai Fengling Renewables plans to invest in a 1,500 MW hybrid wind and solar project to produce green hydrogen in Serbia.
Serbia announced it received valid bids for wind power projects with a total capacity of 519 MW and solar projects with 11.6 MW capacity in the…
On July 5, 2023, the Secretariat released its CBAM Readiness Tracker, which provides comprehensive insights into Parties' progress toward…
Serbian company Snaga Istoka plans to build a wind farm with an installed capacity of about 300 MW in the eastern municipality of Bor.
The maximum offered price for power from wind is set at €105/MWh, while ceiling solar PV is set at €90/MWh
Serbia's commitment to reducing emissions by 34% until 2030 is an important step towards addressing climate change.
The project aims to support the government's strategy to decarbonize the electricity sector.
Construction began of a long-awaited gas pipeline to Serbia that will allow the flow of non-Russian gas to Belgrade and increase security of supply in…
Serbia’s Minister of Mining and Energy, Dubravka Đedović and the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure of the United Arab Emirates, Suhail…
The report covers electricity, gas energy regulators, oil renewable energy, energy efficiency, environment, climate, infrastructure, competition,…