Countries in SE Europe must diversify renewables – NGOs

Western Balkan states lag far behind the rest of the EU as far as sustainable energy is concerned, according to a new ‘scorecard’ launched by a group of environmental NGOs

Western Balkan states lag far behind the rest of the EU as far as sustainable energy is concerned, according to a new ‘scorecard’ launched by a group of environmental NGOs. 

Launched on November 8, the assessment came the day before the European Commission published its annual EU enlargement reports.

The scorecard covers Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia and compares data from 2010 and 2014/2015 to show coal continues to dominate power generation in these countries. 

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