700 MW of electricity from renewables on the grid by end-2020 - conference

Serbia will have 700 MW of electricity from renewable energy sources on the grid by the end of 2020, Assistant Minister of Energy Milos Banjac announced Thursday.

21 Mart 2019 15:01

BELGRADE - Serbia will have 700 MW of electricity from renewable energy sources on the grid by the end of 2020, Assistant Minister of Energy Milos Banjac announced Thursday.
Banjac was speaking at a closing conference of a UNDP/GEF project Reducing Barriers to Accelerate the Development of Biomass Markets in Serbia, held at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia.
He said a project with the UNDP aimed at developing a biomass market had been completed very successfully.
"The main results of the project are subsidised construction of six biogas plants in Serbia. There were only 5 MW from biogas plants when the project began in 2014 and now the project is being completed with six new plants totalling 6.3 MW," Banjac said, adding that the potential in the sector had thus been boosted by 130 pct.

Photo: Tanjug/Sava Radovanovic


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