Serbian Gov’t Makes Changes to Renewable Energy Law

The Government of Serbia passed the amendments to the Law on the Use of Renewable Energy Sources, with the goal of increasing the generation of renewable energy production. The new changes will enable further development in the sector including holding auctions for new capacities from renewable sources, the Ministry of Mining and Energy said.

Minister Dubravka Đedović  noted that Serbia is currently getting about two thirds of its electricity from coal. Increasing the production of energy from renewable sources is key for a successful energy transition and for lowering the energy sector’s negative impact on the environment.

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