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Teslianum promotes Energy Development Strategy

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December 19, 2015

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Energy innovation center Teslianum is implementing project Scientia – Small Cities Energy Efficient Territorial Innovative Action, funded by the EU through another large project: Advocacy NGOs Networks for Sustainable Use of Energy and Natural Resources in the Western Balkans and Turkey – Etnar.

Teslianum has been promoting its publication entitled ‘Energy Efficiency – Multiple Benefits and Examples of Good Practice – a Handbook for Cities’ in Serbian language, by Mirjana Prljević.

Scientia’s objective is to contribute to the improvement and promotion of the Energy Development Strategy of the Republic of Serbia until 2025 with projections for 2030. It is focusing on increasing the awareness level of local authorities and citizens about the importance of energy efficiency for sustainable development. It also promotes best practice of energy efficient small cities in Europe.

The project lasts through February 1 and includes the promotion of the publication in five towns, encouraging civic activism in area of energy efficiency, and emphasizing the concept to local governments through written proposal with proposal of further steps. Partners in the project include Civis, the association of non-governmental organisations of Southeast Europe, and the Regional Development Agency of Bačka, an area located in Serbia’s north.

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