Energy transition in the Western Balkans

Energy transition in the Western Balkans


As the European Union adopts tougher climate goals for 2030, aiming for net-zero emissions by mid-century, the bloc’s next-door neighbours in the Western Balkans are struggling to keep up and face growing difficulties in the transition to a green economy.

In this special report, EURACTIV looks at the energy transition in the six Western Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia.

  • Official: Western Balkan countries are ‘milking coal power plants until the bitter end’

    Interview | Energy 10-06-2021

    Disparities between the EU and Western Balkan countries on energy are only getting bigger, with many of them still addicted to highly-polluting coal power stations that provide cheap electricity as well as revenues to governments and the local population. “They’re milking them until the bitter end,” says Janez Kopac.

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