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Serbia

Bechtel in talks for big pumped storage hydropower plant, wind farm in Serbia

Bechtel is interested in building the Đerdap 3 pumped storage hydropower plant and a big wind farm in Serbia with a combined value of EUR 2 billion

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Bechtel talks big pumped storage hydropower plant wind farm Serbia

Region/EU

WV International Emergy developing 80 MW solar power plant in northern Serbia

Energy group WV International Emergy has completed the first phase of a project to develop an 80 MW solar power plant in the municipality of Žabalj

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WV International Emergy solar power plant Zabalj

Serbia

EU expects Western Balkan countries to offer quality projects for financing under EUR 9 billion plan

The EU hopes the overall package that goes into Green Deal projects, digitalization, and resilience in the Western Balkans could reach nearly EUR 30 billion.

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Greece

Greece targets 1.5 GW in offshore wind by 2030 – who is in race?

Greece aims add 1.5 GW in offshore wind farms by the end of the decade. Several international and domestic companies are already preparing projects.

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Greece targets 1 5 GW offshore wind 2030 race

BiH/Serbia

Electricity price hike of up to 135 percent announced in BiH, Serbia

If new prices become reality companies will have to lower production, lay off workers, and to increase the price of goods and services.

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BiH, Serbia announce 70-135 percent electricity price increase

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Bulgaria

Bulgarian government to subsidize electricity price for industrial consumers

Prices have increased 72% from the beginning of the year, and today the price on the day-ahead market is at EUR 133 per MWh.

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Romania

Romania allocates EUR 3.9 billion from EU recovery funds to zero carbon railway

The European Commission accepted Romania's EUR 29.2 billion National Recovery and Resilience Plan, of which 41% goes to green and climate investments

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Romania EUR 3 9 billion EU recovery funds zero carbon railway

 

Powering Net Zero

October 6 | Online | Energy Institute

International Conference on Green Energy from Waste with CO₂ reduction

October 6 | Sarajevo, BiH | Lukavac Cement Factory

16th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES)

October 10-15 | Dubrovnik, Croatia | SDEWES

Biogases: Driving the transition from fossil to green

October 13-14 | Online | World Biogas Association

RE-Source 2021

October 14-15 | Amsterdam, the Netherlands | Re-Source Platform

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Freelance Journalist

October 15 | Remote | Balkan Green Energy News

Chief of Service, Economic Affairs

October 8 | Geneva, Switzerland | UN

Solar PV Project Development - Permitting Specialist

Unspecified | Zagreb, Croatia | ID Energy Group

PV Project Originator - Land Scout

Unspecified | Zagreb, Croatia | ID Energy Group

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Unspecified | Zagreb, Croatia | Vestas

 

Serbia

Experts, NGOs demand fresh public consultation on Serbia’s 2021-2024 waste management plan

 

Turkey

Turkey to hold solar power auctions in early 2022 for 1.5 GW of capacity

 

Kosovo*

Kosovo* shelves US-backed gas pipeline project

 

Serbia

Serbia would buy 10% in any nuclear power plant in region

 

World

Orbital Marine Power to upscale its floating tidal power technology across Europe

 

Serbia

Serbia to get solar power plant on mining tailings dumpsite

 

Region/EU

Role of women in sustainable management of natural resources in Drin river basin – register for workshop

 

Serbia

Registration open for Chinese-Serbian conference on collaboration in green energy

 

Serbia

AERS publishes draft methodologies for auctions for premiums, feed-in tariffs

 

Serbia

Energy transition is inevitable, but opposition is very strong

 

Region/EU

EU to help power consumers as member states launch relief individually

 

World

Ahead of COP26 in Glasgow: Australia (still) stubborn on profiting from fossil fuels