Warm, Safe, Clean Energy – Which Path are the SEE countries taking?

Screen Shot 2014-12-12 at 3.29.50 PMSouth East Europe (SEE) stands at a crossroads. There are plans to spend €30 billion on energy projects over the next ten years in our region. Decisions made by the governments of the SEE countries will determine, for better or for worse, how warm the citizens are, how safe the energy projects are, and how clean – or dirty – the air and water will become.

Recognizing the importance of the choices which need to be made we have developed these infographics – “Warm, Safe, Clean Energy – Which Path are the SEE Countries Taking?” – a kind of school report card – on how our Governments are doing compared to neighbours and EU goals.

Below you can view and download infographics for 7 countries which are part of the SEE SEP Project: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.

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Note: All sources for the infographics are listed in the fact sheet attached to every infographic for each country.