Source: eKapija | Thursday, 18.03.2021.| 15:45
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Energy Community Initiates Dispute Settlement Procedure Against Serbia for Not Meeting NERP Ceiling

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The Energy Community Secretariat launched dispute settlement procedures against Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Serbia and the Pristina authorities on March 16 for not meeting their NERP (National Emission Reduction Plans) ceilings for the reporting years 2018 and 2019.

In the case of Serbia, compliance with the ceiling for sulphur dioxide presents the biggest challenge, the press release says.

– By sending the Opening Letters, the Secretariat initiated a preliminary procedure, the purpose of which is to give the Contracting Parties concerned the opportunity to react to the allegation of non-compliance with Energy Community law within two months and to enable the Secretariat to establish the full background of the case – it is said.

NERPs (National Emission Reduction Plans) are an instrument to comply with the Large Combustion Plants Directive and as such, they are to provide for emission reductions for sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and dust for the group of plants covered by their scope.
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