Guides for Investors in Renewable Energy in Serbia

21 Feb 2017
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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), acting as an implementing agency of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) is implementing the GEF funded project “Reducing Barriers to Accelerate the Development of Biomass Markets in Serbia” in close partnership with the Ministry of Mining and Energy and the Ministry of Agriculture and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Serbia.

The objective of the Biomass Project is to increase the share of energy from renewable sources in the energy mix of Serbia, namely the share of biomass in power generation. One of project activities is focused on enhancing the capacity of all relevant stakeholders to develop, finance, construct and operate bankable biomass renewable energy projects. To that end an update and revision of six existing, yet outdated guides for investors in renewable energy facilities has been performed:

1. CONSTRUCTION OF PLANTS AND ELECTRICITY/HEAT GENERATION FROM BIOMASS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

2. CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES AND ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION IN SMALL HYDROPOWER PLANTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

3. CONSTRUCTION OF PLANTS AND ELECTRICITY GENERATION IN WIND POWER PLANTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

4. CONSTRUCTION OF PLANTS AND ELECTRICITY/HEAT GENERATION FROM HYDRO-GEOTHERMAL SOURCES IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

5. CONSTRUCTION OF PLANTS AND ELECTRICITY GENERATION IN WIND POWER PLANTS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

6. CONSTRUCTION OF SOLAR HEATING SYSTEMS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA