The Ministry of Mining and Energy of Serbia will open the public invitation for the first auctions for wind farms in the first quarter of 2023, Minister Dubravka Djedovic announced at the conference organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia on the business climate and investors’ trust, named “10th Lap Time”.
– The ministry will adopt a three-year auction plan in which the desired dynamics of the development of the RES sector will be presented in a transparent way, which will facilitate the planning of investments for investors. I am glad to see the members of AmCham recognizing the green agenda as one of the investment priorities – Djedovic said.
She reminded that, at that moment, Serbia spent four times more energy than the European average in order to produce the same GDP unit, which points to the fact that energy savings can contribute to the competitiveness of the economy.
– We are currently realizing or preparing the realization of a large number of projects, whose value exceeds EUR 920 million. The estimates say that their realization will help save at least 950 GWh a year, whereas, at the same time, the emission of greenhouse gases will be lowered by close to 580,000 tons of carbon-dioxide, which is equivalent to an annual emission of 320,000 motor vehicles, that is, 15% of the CO2 emissions which are a result of household heating – stated Djedovic, as reported on the Danas daily’s website.
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