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Green agenda for Serbia presented

This new 2-year EU and UNDP’s initiative is being implemented in cooperation with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and the European Investment Bank.  


What is key for unlocking Serbia’s green transformation after Glasgow?

COP26 gave us hope and confidence that we can provide a safe and prosperous space for humanity on this planet. But there is no time to relax: hard work is still ahead.  


Don’t Choose Extinction - the dinosaur calls on humanity to shift away from fossil fuel subsidies

Fossil fuel subsidies are both inefficient and inequitable.  


How do you light a lightbulb with food waste?

Thanks to the technology it employs, Eso Tron extracts methane from food, gas that would otherwise pollute the environment and warm the planet and transformes it into a raw material for biogas…  


PUC „Toplana-Šabac“ set up a mini solar power plant

On August 13th, a small solar photovoltaic power plant of 3 kilowatts was installed on the roof of the administrative building of that company through the Project of the Energy Cooperative "Sunny…  


Establishment of the Energy Management System in Serbia as a good practice example

UNDP Serbia hosted 29 colleagues from Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova and Bosnia and Herzegovina who were interested in learning about the efforts in improving energy efficiency in public sector in Serbia.  


Biogas takes off in Serbia with UNDP, GEF support to accelerate private sector investment

Biogas is making inroads into Serbia’s energy market as UNDP and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) concluded a five-year US $3 million project resulting in major investments into biogas projects.  


Mayors’ initiative to increase the usage of solar energy

UNDP together with Citizenergy platform, the European aggregator platform of all sustainable energy crowdfunding platforms and Energy Cities Europe welcomed mayors from eight countries in order to…  


Biomass – the most important source of renewable energy in Serbia

Of all the renewable energy sources in Serbia, biomass has the biggest potential, it was pointed out at the final conference of the project dedicated to reducing barriers for accelerated development…  


The municipal beauty is no longer afraid of the winter

For the past fifteen years, janitor Radisav has been taking care of the Elementary School in Donji Tovarnik, Srem. His job is now easier than ever because the school got thermal insulation and a new…  

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