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The second edition of the Renewable energy in Southeast Europe report


The second edition of the Renewable energy in Southeast Europe report is out now!

SeeNews has partnered with Gugushev & Partners Law Office and various other organizations, in multiple jurisdictions, to produce the RES report. The report features a plethora of useful information on the developments of the renewables sector in multiple countries, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania, Slovenia and Serbia. It features a concise introduction, as well as an insightful analysis of trends and possible forecasts for the sector.

The report is a must-read for anyone interested in renewables and their impact on businesses and the economy as a whole.

Some of the highlights:

  • While all countries in the report currently cover the EU’s 2030 target for 15% interconnection compared to installed power, the expected flurry of capacity additions necessitates new projects to avoid clogs. Individual country plans in that regard seem encouraging, but there are significant discrepancies at the regional level.
  • The majority of the SEE countries already have experience with energy storage through pumped storage hydropower facilities, and there are plans for the construction of more, supported by the region’s abundant water resources. However, while plans for the integration of battery storage do not lack ambition, there are no clear commitments and timeframes for the actual installation of significant capacities.
  • At the same time, most countries have already introduced subsidies and incentives for the installation of energy storage solutions, spurring interest in their deployment across all segments. 

To download the full report, please visit the link below:
Renewable Energy in Southeast Europe | 2024 edition | SeeNext

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