Study reveals exceptional groundwater energy


June 17, 2015






June 17, 2015





The city of Novi Pazar has the greatest potential in Serbia in geothermal sector, results of a six-month research showed.

The study on potential utilization of local groundwater was presented at a public event, attended by mayor Meho Mahmutović and ambassador of Kuwait Yousef Ahmad Abdulsamad, regional radio-television’s portal said.

What was found in Novopazarska banja (spa) and Rajčinovića banja is just an indicator of proper temperatures in the depth, on the territory of the city of Novi Pazar, the chief author of the study Dejan Milenić said, as quoted in the report on The associate professor in Belgrade’s Faculty of Mining and Geology added research should be continued.

The study of groundwater, geothermal potential and possibility for utilization consists of three books on 400 pages with maps and supplements by the seven-member team from the Faculty of Mining and Geology.

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