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Project discussed for biomass usage in heating in Prijepolje

Project discussed for biomass usage in heating in Prijepolje

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April 17, 2015

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Introducing biomass for district heating in Prijepolje through a EUR 100 million credit line to Serbia was the topic of a discussion between Prijepolje municipality head Emir Hašimbegović and the officials of Germany’s KfW development bank and of climate technology initiative DKTI.

The offer to Serbia is a EUR 100 million loan with a 2.25% interest rate while the German government is to provide grants for funding consultancy services, a tender and supervision of works, Tanjug said.

Jens Hagen from the DKTI program said the loan would be granted to Serbia’s Ministry of Finance, which would allocate funds to the local authorities that take part in the project.

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