IRENA – RES potential and action plans in SEE


The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) undertook a project on estimating the RES potential and national RES action plans in South East Europe (including: Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine). Project’s aim was to carry out a systematic assessment of the overall electricity potential of the region, including all renewable energy options (hydropower, wind, solar photovoltaic, geothermal and biomass resources). Projects main goal was to give an overview on RES potential in SEE and the national RES action plans, with identification of the regulatory and financial barriers for RES implementation.

Project partners: 

Joanneum research, Austria

Laboratory of Energy policy, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia