June 28, 2017

Serbian Biogas Association opposing changes in existing energy law regulating supporting mechanisms for renewables

The Biogas Association of Serbia has estimated that changing the Energy Law in order to align renewable  support schemes with the EU regulations would not be a good step for…

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June 27, 2017

Wetlands in northern Serbia on UNESCO’s biosphere reserves list

The International Coordination Council of the UNESCO Man and Biosphere program has included Bačko Podunavlje biosphere reserve, in northwestern part of Serbia, into the World List of Biosphere Reserves. The…

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June 27, 2017

Delta Motors installs E-vehicle charger for BWM and Mini

The Serbian Delta Motors car retailer has installed its first charger for electric and hybrid vehicles at its BMW and Mini showroom at Radnička 8 street in Belgrade. The 2x22kW…

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June 22, 2017

Serbian power company EPS wants to buy shares in EPCG Montenegro media claim

Montenegrin media reported that the Serbian electric power company (EPS) is interested in buying shares of the Montenegrin electric power company (EPCG) from the Italian A2A but the EPS is…

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June 21, 2017

Serbia receives funding to start using biomass in its district heating plants

Serbia will receive funds from the German development bank KfW and the Swiss government to convert 10 heating plants from fossil fuels to biomass. The five agreements on the loans…

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June 20, 2017

Ministry of agriculture and environmental protection calls recycling industry to apply for funding

The Serbian Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection published an invitation for stimulation funds for the re-use of waste and the production of re-usable plastic bags. Applications for the funds…

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June 20, 2017

Belgrade citizens concerned about possible air pollution caused by fire at Vinča landfill

The fire at the landfill in Vinča, near Belgrade, which has been burning for a month now, has caused concern among citizens about air pollution in the city although local…

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June 15, 2017

Five key factors for attracting investments in energy efficiency

Eric Mackres, Building Efficiency Manager with the World Resources Institute (WRI) – Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, explains in an interview for the Balkan Green Energy News portal how the…

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June 15, 2017

MK Fintel Wind marks start of construction of Košava wind farm in Vojvodina

The MK Fintel Wind company started the construction of its third wind farm in Serbia outside the town of Vršac. This wind farm, named Košava, will be the biggest wind…

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June 13, 2017

Energy Community invites Serbia to amend energy law for renewables support scheme, introduce auctioning

Amendments to the Energy Law that Energy Community has proposed to Serbia in order to align its legal framework with European Union’s acquis for renewables envisage some fundamental changes whereas…

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