Energy Efficiency

Workshop held about study on industrial application

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March 24, 2015

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Results of the Study on Industrial Application of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency and results of the pilot project that indicated introducing the so-called smart meters in Banja Luka Brewery were presented in Banja Luka at the workshop on development of quality infrastructure for sustainable energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Government of Republic of Srpska said on its website.

The event was organized by the entity’s Ministry of Spatial Planning, Civil Engineering and Ecology of Republic of Srpska and under the sponsorship of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (Unido).

An agreement on cooperation between Slovenia’s Institute of Metals and Technology and Srpska’s Institute for Materials and Structures was announced for May, with the aim of implementing projects in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.

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