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Serbia to develop national plan on energy, climate

Green Energy

Serbian Deputy PM and Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlović announced on Tuesday Serbia would develop a national plan on the energy sector and climate and said the government was embarking on a completely different energy policy after also adopting four new mining and energy laws, reported state news agency Tanjug.

A draft integrated national energy and climate plan for 2021-2030 with a vision until 2050 will be developed as a part of the Further Capacity Development for Energy Planning project, whose managing board held a session earlier in the day that was chaired by Mihajlović.

According to a statement released by Mihajlović's ministry, the plan will define the goals regarding boosting the energy efficiency as well as regarding renewables and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions until 2030. The plan will also set forth policies and measures aimed at achieving those objectives in line with Serbia's commitment to a greener and cleaner energy sector. 

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