Sitemap

22 Countries Commit to Tripling Nuclear Energy by 2050 in Climate Change Battle

CorD Recommends

Serbia Awards Distinctions to Notable Personalities on National Day

In a ceremonial tribute to Serbia's National...

Western Balkans Eye EU Membership by 2028

At the esteemed Munich Security Conference, a...

Hydroelectric Development on Drina: Serbia, Srpska Sign Key Agreement

Serbia and the Republic of Srpska have taken a notable step in regional energy development by signing an agreement...

Pendarovski Seeks Reelection Amidst Broad Support

In a significant political development, Stevo Pendarovski, the President of North Macedonia, has announced his intention to run for...

31st Kopaonik Business Forum Kicks Off Amid Global Uncertainties

The prestigious Kopaonik Business Forum, now in its 31st year, commenced on the Serbian ski resort of Kopaonik, with...

From the Seized Tobacco, 7 Tons of the Highest Quality Organic Fertilizer Were Obtained

Over 5 tons of illegal cut tobacco, as much as 3.5 tons of leaf tobacco, 26,000 boxes of cigarettes,...

Balkan Borders Blur as Free Labor Movement Pact Launches

Marking a significant shift in the labor markets of Southeast Europe, Serbia, Albania, and North Macedonia have forged an...

Leaders and top officials from 22 nations have signed a declaration to triple nuclear energy production by 2050, as reported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) ahead of the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28). 

This ambitious goal aims to facilitate the decarbonization of district heating, desalination, and hydrogen production.

The declaration underscores the necessity of this target to achieve carbon neutrality around mid-century and to prevent global warming from exceeding 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2100. Countries including the United States, Bulgaria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Ghana, Hungary, Japan, South Korea, Moldova, Mongolia, Morocco, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom have urged international financial institutions and regional development banks to support the integration of nuclear energy into the energy sector’s financing frameworks.

The declaration also notes the compatibility of new nuclear technologies with renewable energy sources, providing additional flexibility for decarbonization efforts, especially in industries where reducing greenhouse gas emissions is challenging. 

Read more...

H.E. Maria Levanti, Ambassadorof Greece to Serbia

Finding Ways to Boost Bilateral Ties

Greece’s stance regarding the status of Kosovo remains unchanged, which was reiterated by our Prime Minister during his recent visit to Belgrade. Furthermore, we...

Japanese Embassy Hosts Ceremonial Reception for Emperor Naruhito’s Birthday

The Embassy of Japan in Belgrade held a ceremonial reception to celebrate the birthday of the Emperor of Japan, Naruhito Hironomiya, at the Metropol...

The initiative endorses the construction of small modular reactors and other advanced solutions, and broader industrial applications for decarbonization, such as hydrogen or synthetic fuel production, according to Balkan Green Energy News.

Furthermore, it highlights the feasibility of extending the lifespan of nuclear power plants. The tripling of nuclear capacity by 2050 presents a realistic and practical approach for the world to achieve net-zero carbon emissions, as per the Nuclear Energy Agency within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Related Articles

Japanese Embassy Hosts Ceremonial Reception for Emperor Naruhito’s Birthday

The Embassy of Japan in Belgrade held a ceremonial reception to celebrate the birthday of the Emperor of Japan, Naruhito Hironomiya, at the Metropol...

India Set to Overtake Japan and Germany, Eyeing Third Spot in Global Economy by 2027

India is poised for a monumental economic leap, projected to surpass Japan and Germany to claim the title of the world's third-largest economy by...

H.E. Akira Imamura, Ambassador of Japan to Serbia

Farewell “Japanac”

The 93 yellow buses that were donated by Japan to the City of Belgrade in 2003, and which are affectionately referred to as “Japanac”...

Bilateral Trade & Investment

Serbia Attracts Japanese Giants

The distance of more than 9,000 kilometres separating Belgrade and Tokyo certainly represents one of the key reasons why the trade exchange between the...

Expo 2025 Osaka, Kansai

A Glimpse into the Reconnect the World’ project

Osaka’s grand plan to “reconnect the world” is gradually taking shape. When completed, huge sections of timber will form an enormous walkway encircling a...

Japan Pledges Support for Serbia’s Green Economy Transition and Energy Projects

Ambassador of Japan to Serbia H.E. Imamura emphasized the readiness of Japanese companies to share their knowledge and experience with Serbian energy firms, particularly...

Louis Vuitton to Debut Luxury Hotel on Paris’s Champs Élysées in 2026

Louis Vuitton, the renowned luxury brand celebrated for its high-end fashion and exquisite leather goods, has just unveiled its ambitious foray into the hospitality...

EU Commission Greenlights Volvo-Renault Merger for Electric Vehicle Market

The European Commission has approved the formation of a joint venture between Swedish automaker Volvo and French giant Renault. This strategic move is aimed...