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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.
Montenegro accelerates takeover of A2A shares in EPCG
The Government of Montenegro intends to increase the ownership in public power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) in May from 57,01 to 70,16%, instead of initially planned 63%.
Terna to complete Italy-Montenegro power line by end-2019, halves initial capacity
Italian energy company Terna has said it plans to complete the Italy-Montenegro electricity interconnector project by the end of 2019, slipping the project conclusion from the previously targeted date in 2018, while also halving the planned initial capacity to 600 MW, according to reports.
Energy Wood III program to drive demand for clean fuel in Montenegro
The program focuses on replacing old heating systems, stoves and boilers with modern efficient technologies.
Montenegrin energy regulatory authority is asking for observer status in the working groups of the Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators, ACER
Request was analyzed by the Energy Community Secretariat
Country profile update for Montenegro
The new country update for Montenegro is now available.
First wind power plant in Montenegro is showing progress
Start of operation is expected for 2017
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
Monitoring of electricity consumption completed for three countries of the Energy Community
Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Montenegro
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