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Levels of dioxins and furans in air from Vinča landfill fire must be measured

UNECE's Branko Milićević says the question is not whether dioxins and furans from the Vinča landfill in Belgrade are in the air but how much

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dioxins furans air Belgrade Vinca fire toxic features Branko Milicevic

Serbia

Serbian president: Serbia will shut down its coal power plants when Poland does

Serbia is under pressure to lose its energy security, said Aleksandar Vučić, adding he would not allow the country to become the biggest electricity importer.

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Serbian president when Poland shuts down coal power plants, Serbia will do same

Serbia

Chinese CMC wants to build 100 MW solar power plant in Serbia's Sombor

CMC Europe and the Serbian City of Sombor signed a cooperation protocol on the development of a 100 MW solar power project

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Chinese CMC 100 MW solar power Serbia Sombor

 

Croatia

Irish Eqtec re-enters Croatia market with Belišće biogas facility

Waste-to-energy and gasification solutions company Eqtec has announced it has completed the acquisition of a 1.2 MW power plant in Croatia.

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Irish Eqtec re-enters Croatia market with Belišće biogas facility

Slovenia

Slovenia gets new law on renewables - heating boilers on oil, coal banned from 2023

The goal of the new law on renewables is to transpose the legislative acts of the Clean Energy for All Europeans package.

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New law on renewable energy Slovenia 2021

Montenegro

Coal power plant Pljevlja likely to be shut down by 2030 - Montenegrin prime minister

The state must create conditions for the development of companies able to accept employees from the sectors that will be affected by the energy transition.

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Coal power plant Pljevlja likely to be shut down by 2030 krivokapic Montenegrin prime minister

Turkey

Turkish wind power industry passes major threshold – statistics update

Turkey, the world's number 12 in wind power production, reached 10 GW in capacity. The sector's share of electricity output so far this year was 9%.

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Turkish wind power industry threshold statistics update

 

World Water Week 2021

August 23-27 | Online | Stockholm International Water Institute – SIWI

IUCN World Conservation Congress

September 3-11 | Marseilles, France | International Union for Conservation of Nature – IUCN

Resource Assessment & Analysis of Operating Wind Farms 2021

September 8-10 | Online | WindEurope

Macedonian Energy Forum 2021

September 12-14 | Skopje, North Macedonia

Re-Source Southeast Conference

September 13-14 | Sofia, Bulgaria | Re-Source

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13 positions

August 18 | Novi Sad, Serbia | Continental Automotive Serbia

Industrial Transformation Policy Assistant

August 27 | Brussels, Belgium | Climate Action Network Europe

Project Coordinator - Sustainability

August 27 | Brussels, Belgium | SolarPower Europe

Graduate Environmental Analyst

Unspecified | Belgrade, Serbia | Arup

Environmental Affairs Officer

Unspecified | Geneva, Copenhagen, Jerusalem, Beijing, New York, Santiago or Hong Kong | UNFCCC

 

Greece

Small solar power projects in Greece on hold due to grid overburden

 

Cyprus

Cyprus failing to halt solar power projects in environmentally sensitive areas

 

Slovenia

DEM bolstering Slovenia's largest hydropower plant with solar power

 

Romania

Romanian e-UpCity electric bus passes urban transport test

 

Montenegro

Parliament of Montenegro to install rooftop solar power plant

 

World

California to mandate installation of solar panels for new, renovated buildings

 

World

Most of bilateral financing of power plants from China, Japan, US went to fossil fuel projects

 

Croatia

Scientists urge state of emergency in Croatia due to climate change

 

Region/EU

Organize your Sustainable Energy Day within EU Sustainable Energy Week – EUSEW