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Green Genius installs first wind turbine in Lithuania’s Jurbarkas wind park

The renewable energy company Green Genius has installed its first wind turbine in the Jurbarkas district, Lithuania.

Bulgaria and Romania note weak performance in European rooftop solar PV country report

CAN Europe, together with eco-union published an updated Rooftop Solar PV Country Comparison Report, which evaluates and reports on the progress made by EU countries in the deployment and facilitation of household rooftop solar PV.

TAURON commences 54 MW PV farm construction in south-central Poland

TAURON is commencing the construction of a photovoltaic farm with a planned capacity of 54 MW in Bałków, Świętokrzyskie voivodeship.

Serbia begins energy rehabilitation of 26 government buildings in Belgrade

Serbia's Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović Handanović announced on Thursday a flagship project aiming to increase energy efficiency in central government buildings, marked by the beginning of works at the Institute for the Improvement of Education and Upbringing in Belgrade.

Serbia inks EDF deal on long term dialogue and cooperation in tenergy transition and low-carbon technologies

Serbia's government has signed a memorandum of understanding with EDF on establishing a framework for long-term dialogue and cooperation in the energy transition and low-carbon technologies.

Biomass heating plant in eastern Serbia begins operations

Serbia's Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Đedović Handanović visited on Wednesday a newly constructed biomass heating plant in Majdanpek.

Ukraine’s thermal and hydro generation most affected by Russian attacks, minister says

Ukraine's Minister of Energy German Galushchenko held a meeting today with US Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Ukraine Bridget Brink, discussing the needs of the Ukrainian energy infrastructure

Moldova’s climate and energy plan aligned with governance regulation, Energy Community concludes

The Energy Community Secretariat has published its recommendations on Moldova's draft National Energy and Climate Plan.

EU approves €1 billion State aid measures to support renewables and storage projects in Greece

The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, 1 billion euro Greek measures to support two projects for the generation and storage of renewables in Greece. 

Nordic Investment Bank signs loan for green ammonia production in Lithuania

The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and UAB LT Energija have signed a 100 million euro loan for a 264 MW wind farm in Lithuania to produce green hydrogen and then green ammonia.

North Macedonia’s Deputy PM visits first state-owned PV power plant

North Macedonia's Deputy Prime Minister Fatmir Bitiqi visited on Monday a new photovoltaic power plant in Bitola, developed by state owned company Strezevo.

Erste and EBRD approve financing for new wind farm in Serbia

The EBRD and Erste Group Bank have approved a financing package worth 91.4 million euros for the construction of a new wind farm in Serbia. 

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