1. Momir Đurović, Montenegro
In order to meet new energy demands and climate targets for 2030 year the member states of EU, as well as those of West Balkan, are requested to introduce National energy and climate plans (NECP) for the period from 2021 to 2030 year. That implies to implement clean, affordable and renewable energies such to reach climate neutral economy by 2050 year. This will require to move towards the long term goals set by Power agreements, what means to perform economic transformations such to reach broader sustainable development goals.
To achieve those goals national long term strategies in Western Balkan countries jointly with EU strategies have to cover, at least, the following in coming 30 years: total greenhouse emission reduction, even elimination, to extend feasible socio economic effects of the decarburization measures, to enable links to other national long term objectives, to make progress on a low greenhouse gas emission economy by encouraging use of renewable energy sources such to approachEuropean green plan.
All those measures will lead energy sector in Western Balkan (WB6) to be organizedsuch that it will function with: diversify sources of energy, secure fully functional integrated energy market, free flaw of energy, improved efficiency by reducing needs for energy imports; move to low carbon economy by promoting research and innovations in low carbon and clean energy technologies, what will all lead to extensive implantation of renewable energy sources and control of climate change in the region.