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HEP signs agreement on the implementation of the Kosinj hydropower system

Hrvatska elektroprivreda signed an agreement with the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development on the preparation and implementation of the Kosinj hydropower system.

The largest and most efficient solar power parks in the Baltic states open in Lithuania

One of the most advanced and efficient remote solar power plants in the Baltic states is beginning to generate low-cost green electricity for Lithuanian businesses.

KESH and Bechtel to begin works for the 210 MW Skavica hydropower plant

KESH and Bechtel signed an agreement to begin the early works for the 210 MW Skavica plant on the Drin river which will play a significant role in Albania reaching its ambition of energy self-sufficiency.

Serbia’s Minister of Mining and Energy calls on other local governments to use biomass and RES as much as possible

Serbia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovi said that the goal is for all cities and municipalities in the country to be green and to use renewable sources.

IEA: strong policy actions needed to ramp up hydropower

Hydropower has a key role in the transition to clean energy. However, its growth worldwide is set to slow significantly this decade, putting at risk the ambitions of countries to reach net-zero emissions according to the IEA.

Enefit Green to build a new wind park in Lithuania

Enefit Green has made a final investment decision to build a 43 MW Šilale II wind park in Lithuania which is expected to become operational by the beginning of 2023.

ČEZ Group inaugurates Czech Republic’s largest photovoltaic power plant

ČEZ Group has completed construction of the Czech Republic’s largest photovoltaic power plant that serves as a car park roof, on the exterior premises of the Dukovany Nuclear Power Plant.

Albania launches first tender for onshore wind power

Albania has launched its first tender for utility-scale onshore wind power plants. Individual projects with a capacity of between 10 MW and 75 MW can apply.

Erste Group finances first private wind project in North Macedonia

Financing totalling 51 million euros has been arranged by Erste Group for North Macedonia’s first private wind energy project, Bogoslovec, which will have an aggregate capacity of 36 MW.

Italy’s Alerion grows in the photovoltaic sector in Romania

Italy-based holding company Alerion Clean Power has acquired a 100% holding in three companies that are the owners of three photovoltaic plants currently under construction in Romania.

Lithuania allocates additional funding for people to install solar power plants

Lithuania's Ministry of Energy will allocate an additional 2.4 million euro in financing from the Cohesion Fund for people who want to install solar power plants.

CISOLAR 2021: investments in solar energy projects may exceed 80 billion US dollars globally in 2021

The unprecedented investing in green projects in the United States will be a powerful catalyst for the development of renewable energy in other regions of the world. In particular, a detailed outlook on the development of the solar energy sector in the region of CEE will be presented by IB Centre at CISOLAR 2021.

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