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Transfer Of Licenses In The Context Of Asset Privatisations In The Mining Sector
June 2018 – The current Serbian privatisation framework was established in August 2014 through the adoption of a new privatisation law ("Privatisation Law") ...
Serbia
7 Jun 2018
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Serbia Adopts Amendments To VAT Law
On December 28th, 2016, the Serbian Parliament adopted the Law on Amendments to the Law on VAT (Official Gazette of RS, No. 108/2016).
Serbia
3 Mar 2017
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New Renewables Incentive Scheme (At Last)
With more than 6-months of delay, the Government of the Republic of Serbia finally adopted the following package of decrees setting out the new incentive scheme for green energy...
Serbia
22 Sep 2016
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Serbia Adopts Rules Preventing South Stream Pipeline?
Shortly before end of 2014, Serbian National Assembly adopted new Energy Law the main feature of which was the harmonisation of Serbian energy legislation with the Third Energy Package of the EU.
Serbia
27 Jul 2016
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RES In Serbia: New Secondary Legislation Package Adopted
The long-awaited package of secondary legislation regarding renewables ("Secondary Legislation") was finally adopted by the Government of Serbia on 13 June 2016.
Serbia
20 Jun 2016
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Regional Energy News - September 2013
NIS Energowind, a joint company of NIS and number of private investors, commenced works on construction of wind power plant Plandiate.
Serbia
4 Oct 2013
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Energy And Infrastructure/Energy Alert Serbia, July 2013
The Serbian Ministry of Energy finally adopted the official model Power Purchase Agreements and Preliminary Power Purchase Agreement, based on which privileged power producers will be able to utilize incentives for green electricity on 16 July 2013.
Serbia
29 Jul 2013
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Serbia Powers Up: New Energy Act Adopted
The new Energy Act (the Act) was adopted by the Serbian Parliament on 29 July 2011. The aim of the Act is to harmonise domestic energy regulations with those of the European Union. By adopting the Act, Serbia will implement the Second EU energy package, while the Third EU energy package will be implemented only in part.
Serbia
26 Sep 2011
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