Tag: renewable energy sources

Company Čevo Solar receives license for energy production: Montenegro’s renewable milestone

The Regulatory Agency for Energy and Regulated Municipal Services (REGAGEN) has granted a license to the company Čevo Solar, based in Podgorica, allowing them...

MK Energy proposes 5 MW solar power plant in Rožaje, Montenegro

MK Energy, headquartered in Podgorica, is gearing up to establish the Koljeno solar power plant, boasting a capacity of 5 MW (AC), in Rožaje. The...

Communicating clean energy projects 

The development and operations of clean energy projects, such as wind farms, solar parks, and hydroelectric facilities, increasingly play a critical role in the...

Montenegro’s Ministry of Energy and partners collaborate for sustainable renewable energy development

Montenegro's Ministry of Energy and Mining has formalized a collaboration by signing a Memorandum of Understanding with The Nature Conservancy and Eko-tim organizations. This...
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Energy company EPCG reports profitable export, hydrological outlook, and plant maintenance challenges

The power utility company Elektroprivreda (EPCG) has achieved significant exports in the first two months of this year, resulting in a profit of over...

Montenegro’s Solar Power company receives approval to build 150 MW solar plant

The Podgorica-based company Solar Power is the first and currently the only company in Montenegro that has met all the requirements set by the...
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