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North Macedonia improves regulatory framework for rooftop PV

The Macedonian government increased the size limit for PV installations under net metering, launched a €1 million rebate scheme, and is now planning to eliminate all grid fees for prosumers.

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North Macedonia streamlines two PV projects totaling 155 MW

The two projects are both located in eastern North Macedonia and are expected to require an overall investment of €116 million.

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China holds the key to cancelling half the world’s new coal project plans

With pressure mounting on the world’s governments to turn their back on the fossil fuel, China and peers in South East Asia, Europe and South Asia could help deliver a coal-free future at the COP26 climate summit planned in Glasgow in November.

North Macedonian government launches solar auction

The North Macedonian government wants to award a 15-year PPA through the procurement exercise. Selected developers will be granted a feed-in premium tariff paid on top of the electricity price.

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Big solar for Western Balkans disused coal mine

Land scarcity and renewables prices have been long considered significant hurdles for renewable developments in the hilly Balkans. Still, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) sees solid opportunities in floating PV on public dams, PV modules on rooftops, and renewables projects in landfills and disused coal mines.

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Bulgarian developer to build 50 MW merchant PV plant in North Macedonia

Solarpro Holding has won a tender launched in late 2019 by North Macedonian utility Elektrani na Severna Makedonija. It will build a 50 MW solar plant and will sell power on the spot market or via private PPAs.

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North Macedonia announces 60 MW solar tender

The procurement exercise has been planned for the first quarter of the year.

North Macedonia launches 100 MW solar tender

Utility ESM is seeking potential partners for the construction of two 50 MW solar facilities at its shuttered coal power plant near Kičevo.

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North Macedonian utility plans three more tenders for 110 MW of solar

State-owned Elektrani na Severna Makedonija will begin construction on a 10 MW solar plant at its redundant coal plant in Oslomej after signing the engineering, procurement and construction deal with a Turkish contractor. The utility is planning to tender a 10 MW extension of the plant and two more 50 MW solar facilities.

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North Macedonian utility embraces solar at expense of coal

State-owned power company Elektrani na Severna Makedonija, which is developing a 10 MW solar project at its coal plant in Oslomej, is planning to stop seeking a coal alternative to its depleted lignite mine and to instead expand the solar scheme to fully replace an ageing 125 MW thermal plant.

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