Biomass in agricultural production conference announced


April 20, 2015





April 20, 2015




The Guarantee Fund of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and the Provincial Secretariat for Energy and Mineral resources announced the international conference ’Promoting Renewable Energy Sources: Biomass in Agricultural Production’ would take place on May 12 in Novi Sad. Farmers, representatives of relevant institutions and organizations and the general public are not sufficiently informed and aware of possibilities and opportunities of using biomass energy, the press release said. The programme includes presenting best experiences and models that could be implemented, such as energy villages, and the cooperation between Serbia and the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The event is organized in partnership with the Heinrich Böll Foundation, the German Agency for International Cooperation – GIZ and Vojvodina’s European Affairs Fund.

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