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Pančevo, Ljubljana mull energy efficiency projects

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July 1, 2016

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Mayor of Pančevo Saša Pavlov and director of JP Energetika Ljubljana d.o.o. Samo Lozej discussed about the participation of the Slovenian public company in the process of reorganization of the public utility sector in the Serbian city.

The meeting follows the start of negotiations in March when a letter of intent was signed and the priorities of cooperation have been identified: reorganization of public utilities and infrastructure, making the strategy of development for district heating in order to increase energy efficiency and optimization of public lighting, the city’s website said.

For the implementation of the required tasks, Energetika Ljubljana will help Pančevo with experiences of good practice in achieving energy efficiency, with the contribution of Gorenje Geoplin Energetika (GGE), consortium for the implementation of energy solutions in which the Slovenian company is one of the partners.

At the same time, the City of Ljubljana, this year’s European Green Capital, will transfer its best practices in the field of sustainable urban development to Pančevo, the article adds.

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