The Wester Balkan Countries all aspire to membership in the European Union and have recently re-affirmed their commitment to joining European Union in the race to climate neutrality by 2050 by signing up to the EU's Green Agenda for the Western Balkans. However, countries rely mostly on coal and oil for their primary energy supply. Renewables also take part in the energy mix primarily through traditional use of biomass in inefficient domestic devices followed by large hydro. Modern sources of renewable energy are at an early stage of development. Energy and carbon intensity of the region is comparatively high both to the EU and the World average values.
The factsheets and brochure give lot of information on the status of energy transition in the WB countries.