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The first edition of the Renewable energy in Southeast Europe report is out now


The first edition of the Renewable energy in Southeast Europe report is out now!

Renewable energy in the five EU member states in Southeast Europe – Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania and Slovenia – has been the fastest developing segment of the energy industry over the last few years and is poised to reach new heights.

SeeNews has partnered with Gugushev & Partners Law Office and various other organizations, in multiple jurisdictions, to produce the RES report.  The report features a plethora of useful information on the developments of the renewables sector in multiple countries, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Romania and Slovenia. It features a concise executive summary, as well as an insightful analysis of trends and possible forecasts for the sector.

This is the main conclusion in the 2023 edition of Renewable Energy in Southeast Europe – a regional report by SeeNext. It includes an in-depth financial analysis covering the performance of 2,567 companies in the period 2019-2021, a comprehensive overview of changes in the regulatory framework in all five countries, and information on key investments and M&A deals.

Some of the highlights:

  • The sector’s operating revenue in 2021 was up 30% year-on-year to EUR 12.9 bln
  • Italy is the most important source of foreign investment in renewables in the region
  • At the end of 2021, over 33,400 people were working in the sector

Gugushev & Partners Law Office also played a crucial role in connecting SeeNews with multiple law offices from different jurisdictions, which contributed information about their respective countries.  The report is a must-read for anyone interested in renewables and their impact on businesses and the economy as a whole.

To download the full report, please visit the link below:

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