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Western Balkan 6 Sustainability Report marks progress but calls for increased political support
The Secretariat’s WB6 report on sustainability finds that progress in a number of measures has been achieved by governments, although more political support is needed to make full use of existing programmes, accelerate the clean energy transition and deliver on the region’s climate commitments.
Serbian energy minister: We are witnessing change in Serbia’s energy mix
Minister of Mining and Energy Aleksandar Antić inaugurated the fifth international fair and conference RENEXPO 2018 – WATER and ENERGY at the Belexpo Center in Belgrade, which gathered more than 80 exhibitors
Biomass is important but neglected potential in Serbia
Both wood and agricultural biomass have been neglected despite their significant potentials, Dušan Jović from the Forest Administration of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of Serbia said at the Bioenergy conference in Western Balkans.
Serbia's MK Fintel Wind plans IPO in May
Serbia's MK Fintel Wind, a joint venture of Serbian vertically integrated conglomerate MK Group and Italy's Fintel Energia Group, said it plans to carry out an initial public offering (IPO) on the Belgrade Stock Exchange in May.
Financing of renewable energy in Serbia through ESCOs
The Slovenian energy service company GGE is offering new financial services
Wind power project scheduled for Serbia’s Alibunar municipality
WindVision plans the construction of two wind farms
EU enlargement and adoption of the Third Energy Package by the Western Balkans region
Focus on Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia
Serbia installed wind capacity to increase to 542 MW by 2025
Total onshore wind installed capacity in Serbia will increase from just 20 MW in 2014 to an estimated 542 MW by 2025.
Serbia will reduce gas prices for households from June due to weaker oil prices
Serbia's retail prices for natural gas supplied to households and small business consumers are expected to drop by approximately 5 percent starting from June, mostly because of the decline in global oil prices, as stated by the energy regulator AERS.
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