Result 1: Kyoto protocol mid-term implementation plan in energy and mining sectors prepared and public awareness campaign on the importance of sustainable development carried out.
Result 2: Plan for implementation of EU legislative related to the quality and the monitoring the quality of petrol and diesel and reduction the sulphur of certain liquid fuels Directive prepared.
Result 3: Prepared analysis of the existing legal and institutional framework for GHE utilization and completed Study on GHE potential in Serbia.
Result 4: Strategic document taking advantage of the potentials and promotion of CHP in Serbia prepared (with indicative targets defined) followed by Regional strategies for specific regions in Serbia.
Result 5: Enhanced existing IT system for monitoring and sustainable planning in the energy sector.
Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection
Stakeholders in the energy sector
In comparison to the OECD average Serbia consumes 2.7 times as much energy per unit of output. The overall goal of energy sector reform is the rational use of energy and energy sources, as well as increasing energy efficiency in production, transmission, distribution and consumption. This includes establishing qualitative new conditions for operations and development of energy production sectors and energy consumption sectors, which would stimulate the economic development of the Republic of Serbia, promote environmental protection and integrate the domestic energy sector into regional and European energy markets. The basic strategic directions of energy sector development in the Republic of Serbia are:
Contribute to sustainable development in Serbia by enhancing capacities in the energy sector to efficiently use resources according to EU standards. Building capacity in the energy sector which will lead to the implementation of the sustainable energy policy, implementation of Kyoto protocol, rational use of conventional fuels and increased use of renewable energy sources.
The main objective of the project is to prepare Serbia to fulfil Kyoto requirements, greenhouse emissions utilisation and plan for implementation of EU legislative related to the quality and the monitoring the quality of petrol and diesel and reduction the sulphur of certain liquid fuels Directive prepared.
Name: Sustainable Development in Energy Sector
Budget: EUR 0.65 M
Kommunalkredit Public Consulting
Name: Promotion of Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Efficiency
Budget: EUR 1.5 M
Name: Integrated Management Information System for Energy Sector
Budget: EUR 0.35 M