North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski said that his country has turned an energy crisis into an opportunity and is on its way to becoming a green energy center with investments.
Kovaczewski emphasized that they have installed renewable energy plants with a capacity of approximately 200 megawatts in the past 15 months, and noted that solar power plants make up a large part of this.
Emphasizing that they are focused on diversifying their energy resources, Kovaczewski stated that they have access to Azerbaijani gas and LNG through the natural gas pipeline that was built with Bulgaria.
- Balkans | UAE Foreign Minister Al Nahyan in Albania
- Balkans | The influence of “Lucifer” in Serbia
- Balkans | Chairman of the Balkan Migration Party BAL calls for a vote in the Bulgarian elections
- 7 ancient buildings around the world that have not yet been solved
- Balkans | More than 9 million Muslims prayed at the Kaaba in the first ten days of Ramadan
- Balkans | Fenerbahçe’s record-breaking swimmer Saki won four gold medals in Serbia
- Balkans | What will the weather be like in Skopje during Perm?
- Balkans | A Bulgarian patient at risk of losing both legs regained his health in Türkiye
- Balkans | 3 Kosovo policemen released by Serbia have arrived in their countries
- Balkans | USA blacklisting of Struga Mayor Merko has become a hot topic in the country.