Search

1 to 10 of 12
Sort by

Blog Entry
EBRD lends EUR 18 million for district heating decarbonization in Kragujevac

Balkan Green Energy News Summary Kragujevac, the fourth-largest city in Serbia, will abandon the use of coal in district heating with a loan of up to EUR 18 million obtained from EBRD. Natural gas boilers with a total capacity of 110 MW will replace the old facilities. The European Bank for...


Blog Entry
Renewables get increasing role in district heating in Serbia

Balkan Green Energy News Summary Soon there will be no heating oil nor coal in the production of heat in Serbia as the government and local authorities are turning to cleaner energy and the expansion of the district heating network. The Ministry of Mining and Energy intends to utilize the...


Blog Entry
Balkans’ largest solar thermal system for sanitary hot water is located in Pančevo

Balkan Green Energy News Summary The Serbian city of Pančevo is home to the Balkan region’s largest solar thermal system for the preparation of sanitary hot water by using solar energy. The system, operated by public heating utility JKP Grejanje, has demonstrated that the use of solar energy...


Blog Entry
Serbia Invites Bids for Substations in Biomass Heating Projects in Priboj, Mali Zvornik

Balkan Green Energy News Summary The Ministry of Mining and Energy of Serbia is receiving offers through May 8 for some of the works in switching district heating plants from fossil fuels to biomass. Germany’s KfW and Switzerland have allocated funds for the overhaul in six municipal units. ...


Blog Entry
Novi Pazar Gets EUR 5.8 million to Switch Heating Plant from Fossil Fuel to Biomass

Balkan Green Energy News Summary Serbia’s Ministry of Mining and Energy has allocated EUR 5.8 million for the Novi Pazar heating plant to switch from fossil fuels – heating oil – to biomass. Novi Pazar is the third municipality in the country to receive funds under the EUR 26.7 million...


Blog Entry
Construction of Serbia’s first geothermal district heating system kicks off

Balkan Green Energy News Summary The municipality of Bogatić should get Serbia’sfirst geothermal district heating system by the beginning of the heating season, with this renewable energy source to be first used to heat public facilities and later to be made available to individuals and...


Blog Entry
Serbia in talks with Germany's KfW over funding of biomass project

Radomir Ralev, Renewables Now Summary Serbia's government is in talks with German development bank KfW over funding options for a project for converting up to 30 district heating plants from fossil fuels to biomass, an official of German international cooperation agency GIZ has said. "This...


Blog Entry
Israel's Madei Taas eyes CHP projects in Serbia

Renewables Now Antic during the meeting with Fisher-Kamm and representatives of Madei Taas; Source: Serbian energy ministry Summary Serbia's energy ministry said Israeli waste-to-energy company Madei Taas has expressed interest in investments in combined heat and power generation (CHP...


Blog Entry
Chinese group signs deal to build 200 MW cogeneration plant in Serbia

Reuters Summary BELGRADE, Oct 31 (Reuters) - China’s Shanghai Electric Group signed a deal on Tuesday to build a 200 megawatt (MW) gas-fired cogeneration plant in Serbia that will supply the Pancevo oil refinery, run by Serbian oil company NIS. The new plant that will burn natural gas...


Blog Entry
Serbia: EU Supports 903 m² Solar District Heating Installation

Baerbel Epp, Solar Thermal World Summary Throughout the last years, the EU has been criticised for many things, and the UK has now been the first to decide on leaving. Still, there are good examples of how the union can benefit even non-member countries. For instance, there is a project...