Throughout the region, the energy sector suffers from a history of under-investment and low standards of maintenance. Macedonia and the wider region of the Western Balkans is expected in coming years to rehabilitate the energy sector in order to improve the electricity supply to homes and businesses. Analytica will provide comprehensive analysis of the relevant institutions, including independent energy regulators and also review possibilities offered by the potential of establishment of the regional market through the Energy Community Treaty.

In addition, Analytica will conduct research on the alternative sources of energy and the possibilities and capacities for their implementation in the region, thus contributing to finding creative solutions for the energy crisis. In its work Analytica will also cover issues on energy efficiency and climate changes, identifying the best environmental friendly policies.

File-pdf-32Анализа на локалните програми за енергетска ефикасност во Македонија – состојби, предизвици, решенија

File-pdf-32Ризици од корупција кај јавно приватно партнерство во Македонија

File-pdf-32The state of energy (in)security in Macedonia


File-pdf-32Energy and security sector governance in Macedonia: how to improve its efficiency?


File-pdf-32Local gasification policies in Macedonia: exploring pioneer projects

File-pdf-32Security and energy sectors' cooperation with the civil society in Macedonia – friends or foes?


File-pdf-32Energy poverty in Macedonia


File-pdf-32Анализа на Законот за изменување и дополнување на Законот за енергетика од мај 2013

File-pdf-32Анализа на последниот предлог за изменување и дополнување на Законот за енергетика од јули 2012

File-pdf-32The story of the Macedonian heat market – how to reform it?

File-pdf-32The challenge of achieving sustainable renewable energy policy in Macedonia

File-pdf-32Scanning Macedonia's performance under the European Commission's Progress Report's Chapter 21: A race with obstacles? – Part II


File-pdf-32Scanning Macedonia’s performance under the European Commission’s progress report’s chapter 21: A race with obstacles? – Part I


File-pdf-32Greening the energy sector-Does Macedonia need nuclear energy?

File-pdf-32How far is Macedonia in fulfilling the requirements under the Energy chapter of the acquis?

File-pdf-32Implementing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Measures - are Southeast European Countries on track? Barriers, Positive examples, proposed measures and policies


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