The energy issue is high on the agenda of the European debate. The Balkans are often mentioned as a gateway, the one European region that can become an ideal host for corridors and pipelines. But, what about the internal production of energy from renewable sources in South East Europe? This dossier, produced in the frame of the BeEU project , analyses what is at stake and the current positioning of green energy in some of the region's EU member States

Greece, wind power to exit the crisis

30/09/2014 -  Nataša Stuper

Despite the crisis, years of investment have led to the construction of 139 wind farms. Greece's wind is today one of the most attractive energy resources in Europe, and the trend is likely to continue

Renewable Energy in South-eastern Europe: An Infographic

The objective to be achieved by 2020 for the EU is to cover 20% of energy needs through the use of renewable energy sources. In this infographic we display the data for the share of energy produced from renewable sources in the countries of South-eastern Europe

Croatia, renewable sources still to come

15/09/2014 -  Nataša Stuper

Increasing the production of electricity from renewable sources: this is one of the objectives that the EU Member States must achieve by 2020. Croatia has been slowing down its program and might be sanctioned by Brussels