Seechangenet, a network organisation of NGO’s in South Eastern Europe which is dedicated to promoting renewable energy in that region, has recently published “report cards” on the
“energy paths” that are being taken by their governments.
The cards are freely downloadable, rather simple infographics for Croatia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo and Montenegro. There is also a fact sheet available, which is probably the most useful part. Interestingly, it shows that Croatia is the only country that has any wind or solar energy to speak of.
Seechangenet notes that some €30 billion will be spent in the region over the next ten years in energy projects, so it is vitally important which choices will be made today. See here for more information.