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Serbia aims to reduce its emissions by 40.3% by 2030

11 august 2022

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Serbia presented its preliminary targets for the Integrated National Energy and Climate Plan. The government aims to achieve 100 times more solar power and 10 times more wind farm capacity by 2030 with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 40.3% and achieving a 41% share of renewables in gross final consumption of energy by the end of the decade, Balkanengineer.com learned from Balkangreenenergynews.com.

 

 

Serbia's National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) is being prepared under the working slogan "To be or not to be", and the considered scenarios and initial figures will be subjected to a comprehensive public debate - with local and foreign institutions,as well as companies and citizens, shared the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Mining and Energy Zoran Mihajlovic.

 

Mihajlovic added that the NECP will allow growth and the introduction of new technologies which is necessary for the future generations. It will provide new ways of producing electricity and heat and it will phase out polluting technologies and the use of fossil fuels.

 

Serbia also has high hopes for the production of green hydrogen and its use in transport. In addition, several gas and energy interconnection projects are under development.

 

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