28 Nov 2017 Participants of a third assembly of a Serbian Parliamentary Energy Policy Forum

Tuesday, 28 Nov 2017

Third Meeting of a Serbian Parliamentary Energy Policy Forum

The Serbian Parliamentary Energy Policy Forum hold a third assembly during a National Assembly House, orderly in team-work with a Konrad Adenauer and Heinrich Böll foundations in Serbia, to plead a appetite transition in a Republic of Serbia.


In further to a members of a Forum and MPs a assembly was also attended by a Deputy Head of Mission and Minister-Counsellor for Political Affairs of a German Embassy in Belgrade Alexander Jung, member of a Heinrich Böll Foundation Berlin and Konrad Adenauer Foundation Kazakhstan Rebecca Bertram and Thomas Helm, as good as deputy of RES Foundation Aleksandar Macura and Vrbas Municipality appetite manager Nikola Vujovic.

Serbian Parliamentary Energy Policy Forum Chairperson Dr Aleksandra Tomic started a record by observant that Germany is a nation that has successfully left by a appetite transition and reached a accord on immature appetite and Serbia could distinction from a practice in a office of appetite efficiency. She combined that Serbia’s Euro-integration efforts embody bettering to European appetite routine regulations, initial of all rebate of gas emissions and use of renewable appetite sources with a design to boost a use of renewable appetite sources to 27% by 2020.

Tomic pronounced that, according to a news of a Ministry of Mining and Energy, by Oct 2017 73 investors have been released an appetite looseness generally for a construction of mini hydropower plants and wind-turbines, while 198 have a standing of absolved consumer. She also pronounced that Serbia is in foster of drafting a informal hydro-master devise that would meant a reformation of a existent and construction of new plants to maximally use a hydro intensity of a rivers of a Western Balkan region.

Deputy Head of Mission and Minister-Counsellor for Political Affairs of a German Embassy in Belgrade Alexander Jung pronounced that yet appetite transition is a formidable routine that requires flitting a new, suitable legislative horizon it formula in improved appetite efficiency, environmental insurance and reduce costs. He pronounced that transitioning to renewable appetite sources is critical as it would relieve a financial bucket on a adults and strengthen cross-border team-work by networking and harmonization of a legislative horizon controlling a area. Finally, Jung pronounced that Germany stands prepared to support Serbia’s appetite transition.

Rebecca Bertram and Thomas Helm common information about a appetite transition routine in Germany and Kazakhstan final that transitioning to renewable appetite sources and shortening CO emissions are essential and need a impasse of both polite initiatives and state institutions.

At a finish of a assembly Chairperson Aleksandra Tomic thanked a participants for their cooperation, generally a Konrad Adenauer and Heinrich Böll foundations, and a German Organization for Technical Cooperation GIZ.

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