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The future of green building in Serbia

2021-11-25T15:25:33+00:00

28. OCTOBER 2021. Although there are certain positive indicators, the general situation in Serbia when it comes to the application of the principles of green building is not at a satisfactory level, as stated by the participants of the panel discussion "Future of green building in Serbia" held on Tuesday, October 26th, organized by the Climate Forum. According to the regulations, every new project in Serbia must have an energy passport, however, only about 5,000 of them have been officially registered. There are even fewer facilities with sustainability certificates such as BREEAM and LEED, only around thirty of them, [...]

The future of green building in Serbia2021-11-25T15:25:33+00:00

Most Serbian citizens want to produce electricity from renewable energy sources

2021-11-25T15:27:04+00:00

26. OCTOBER 2021. Analysis of the research on state, needs and attitudes of citizens of the Republic of Serbia in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources Almost two-thirds of Serbian citizens are interested in becoming a "producer-consumer" of electricity, 45% of them are interested in state subsidies, while more than one-third of respondents are not familiar with state subsidies for the introduction of renewable energy sources in households, according to the latest research by the Environment Improvement Centre on the state, needs and attitudes of the citizens of our country in the field of energy efficiency and [...]

Most Serbian citizens want to produce electricity from renewable energy sources2021-11-25T15:27:04+00:00

How can Serbia decarbonise its energy production system?

2021-11-25T15:27:58+00:00

11. OCTOBER 2021. "Abandoning coal is Serbia's obligation because we have signed and ratified the Paris Agreement. As a responsible member of the international community, we should fulfill it", said Aleksandar Macura from the RES Foundation, at the discussion "How can Serbia decarbonise its electricity system?", which was held on 5th October 2021, and organized by the Climate Forum. Nikola Rajaković, professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and president of the Energy Association, Aleksandar Macura, program director of the RES Foundation, and Nikola Stamenov, development director for Serbia at CWP, talked about the future of domestic energy. The [...]

How can Serbia decarbonise its energy production system?2021-11-25T15:27:58+00:00
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