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In the framework of the program Promotion of Renewable Energies in Serbia, Germany and Switzerland allocated funds to overhaul 6 heating plant units in Priboj and Mali Zvornik to switch district heating plants from fossil fuels to biomass.
EBRD`s cooperation with the Green Climate Fund and the Government of Luxembourg is delivering results for SMEs in Serbia.
Čibuk 1, Serbia’s largest wind farm started operations on 11 October 2019. The wind farm has a maximum capacity of 158 MW, generates power to supply 113,000 households. The wind farm`s output is financed under the feed-in tariff. The power purchase agreement (PPA) was signed in October 2016.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has signed Memoranda of Understanding with the mayors of Niš and Pančevo to help these cities
This is a precondition for increasing quantities of solar energy generated by citizens for their own needs, but also for selling surplus energy to the grid
As Contracting Parties of the energy communities North Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and partly Serbia are about to make some major changes in the renewable energy sector. Especially the regulatory framework and the tendering for solar and wind power will be introduced.
The MET Group set up a joint venture with NIS for the construction of a 102 MW wind farm in Northern- Serbia. Construction begins in 2019 and it is expected to be fully operational in 2021.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has published a contract notice for the Infrastructure Project Facility – Technical Assistance – Energy, Environment, Social, Transport and Digital Economy under the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF).
The EUR 16 million project is expected to be launched at the end of 2019 or at the beginning of 2020. Energy savings up to 60% is anticipated.
The Serbian subsidiary of Italy's Fintel Energia Group plans to start the construction of Europe's largest onshore wind farm.
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