Energy days of Podgorica


May 1, 2016





May 1, 2016




From April 26 to 29, the capital city of Montenegro organized an event entitled Energy Days of Podgorica. The manifestation consisted of numerous activities connected under the slogan: ‘Attention. The climate is changing… and what are you doing?’, the Directorate for Energy Efficiency announced on its website.

Časlav Vešović, deputy mayor, opened the event in European Union Info Centre. Ambassador of Germany in Montenegro Gudrun Elisabeth Steinacker and the local official handed awards to best photographers at an exhibition organized by Foto CG and the city government.

On the second day, a conference related to sustainable energy management was held at the same place. After the event, participants visited primary school ’Branko Božović’ where the representatives of the Ministry of Economy presented the results of projects for energy efficiency measures in schools. On April 28, an energy efficiency fair was organized in Delta City shopping mall. Companies, non-governmental organizations and banks presented products, solutions, projects and activities. Representatives of the Ministry of Economy informed citizens about current projects in the field.

The local authority organized a critical mass cycling tour in cooperation with NGO on the last day of the Energy Days of Podgorica.


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